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Tray Ming


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Tray Ming


  • Tray in 18/10 stainless steel.

    Height (cm):  2.50
    Length (cm):  60.00
    Width (cm):  17.00
Design Ke Zhang
  • Ke Zhang

    Master of Architecture 1998, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design Master of Architecture and Urban Design 1996, Tsinghua University, School of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture 1993,......

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    Ke Zhang
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    Delivery times may incur delays during: stock-taking (first week of January) or in extraordinary circumstances; during holiday periods: for example but not limited to Christmas, Summer Bank Holiday and National Holidays (e.g. April 25 in Italy, July 14 in France, etc.); events beyond the control of those involved in the distribution chain, such as natural disasters, road blocks due to strikes, events, car accidents, visits by public figures, and so on.

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“Ming”, designed by Zhang Ke (Standardarchitecture), is part of the project “(Un)Forbidden City”. “Ming” is a Tray for the kitchen and for the living room , with straight lines on the one side and subtle curves on the other side. The design revokes values of Ming Dynasty Chinese design that coincide so much with that of contemporary time. With the straight side up it can function as an “Ink and Brush Bed” for intellectuals, a “Tea Ceremony Counter” or a “Sushi Tray”; with the curvy side up it can be simply a “Fruit Tray”. “Ming” is an extremely simple at the same time sophisticated gentleman. (Zhang Ke)