The Treangoli dish is made for pasta/spaghetti and for those who love Italian food in general. It is inspired by a playful joke in which the artist/designer’s grandfather taught his grandchild how to draw a simple hat: when turning it upside down, the artist/designer transformed it in the original sketch of the Treangoli.
Made in porcelain, its waves were inspired by the architecture of Oscar Niemeyer, which aim at movement and softness, as well as by the waves of a spaghetti itself, which invite us to a pleasant night of flavors. Its wavy tab allows a helicoidal piling, referring to the rotative movement of the fork when grabing the noodles. Award: Honorable Mention at the 12th House & Gift / Utility House rn