Foster dish

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AU$209.00 AU$167.00 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € £145.00 £116.00 $148.00 $118.00 150.00 € 120.00 € $148.00 $118.00 JP¥ 16,449 JP¥ 13,159 SG$ 200.00 SG$ 160.00 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € CHF 148.00 CHF 119.00 $148.00 $118.00 C$197.00 C$157.00 121.00 € 96.80 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € 150.00 € 120.00 € ¥ 1013.00 ¥ 811.00 1272,00 NOK 1018,00 NOK 121.00 € 96.80 €


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Description

Foster serving dish by Stelton is characterized by flowing shapes and the shine of mirror-polished steel with a golden touch on the outside. Designed by the renowned British architect Norman Foster for 2018, Stelton’s Foster collection is a bold combination of simple, sculptural shapes and soft, geometric forms. Besides forms, also material and function play essential roles in the collection: each piece is a skillful study about the essence and possibilities of its materials. The members of the Foster range complement each other beautifully, and also bring refined elegance to table settings and servings individually.

Manufacturer:
Stelton
Design:
Norman Foster
Material:
Stainless steel
Colour:
Steel, gold
Height:
4 cm
Diameter:
46 cm

Designer

Norman Foster

Norman Foster

Norman Foster (b. 1935) is one of the most significant names of modern British architecture. The founder of the architectural office Foster + Partners, Foster is famous for his bold designs that often combine steel and glass. The sleek, streamlined style is also visible in his product design.

Foster + Partners has designed numerous landmarks around the globe, including London’s City Hall, the airport terminals in Beijing and Hong Kong, the glass dome of Berlin’s Reichstag building and Millau Viaduct, the highest road bridge in the world. Foster was knighted in 1990 and in 1999 he was granted a life peerage as Baron Foster of Thames Bank. The same year he was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize, often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture.

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