Rhythm of Lattice by Artilize
The Rhythm of Lattice tableware set takes its key inspiration from the patterns on windows and doors in classic Chinese gardens.
The Rhythm of Lattice tableware set takes its key inspiration from the patterns on windows and doors in classic Chinese gardens. Created by Artilize Worldwide of Taiwan, Rhythm of Lattice takes traditional forms and translates them into a uniquely cosmopolitan tableware set. The hybrid material the set is made of – a combination of traditional bone china, enamel, and metal – is novel, aesthetically pleasing, and strong. Aesthetically, Rhythm of Lattice offers a new visual experience: the pieces in the set can be experienced from the front, the side, and the bottom. For example, in a traditional gaiwan, the lid and vessel are the same size, and they seamlessly fit together. The gaiwan in the Rhythm of Lattice set breaks away from tradition: the vessel and its lid are accented by different shapes at their rims. Though the series is designed to work well together, practically, there are still many attractive and varied options for consumers that wish to purchase the parts of the set separately.
This story was originally published in Form magazine.