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Tray/container Trick and Treat

€159.00

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Tray/container Trick and Treat

€159.00

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  • Tray/container in 18/10 stainless steel and melamine.

    Height (cm):  9.20
    Length (cm):  25.00
    Width (cm):  14.50
Design Gary Chang
  • Gary Chang

    Born in Hong Kong in 1962, Gary Chang graduated in architecture in 1987. He was director of edge 1994-98, then set-up his own office edge (hk) ltd 1998. Assistant Professor in Hong Kong University......

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Trick and Treat
“Trick and Treat”, designed by Gary Chang (Edge Design Institute Ltd) is part of the “(Un)Forbidden City” project, and it is not only a tray for the kitchen or for the tableware. In reality it can be a spice-holder for the table, a bottle-opener in the kitchen, a snack-holder in the living room, a vase in the study, a tissue-holder in the bathroom, or a tea-light candle-holder next to the bed. It follows you everywhere, and its functions change with your needs and desires. Its appearance and operation change with a mere rotating movement.