Diesel Living + Seletti Love Space and Machines

Taking the boredom out of tableware, one plate at a time

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Diesel Living‘s continuous collaboration with fellow Italians, design company Seletti, have resulted in fun (with undercurrents of dark and industrial) tableware that sparks wonder in the everyday ritual of eating. “Cosmic Diner” saw salt and pepper grinders shaped like ’60s and ’70s rockets, glasses blown and tinted to evoke meteorites, and mesmerizing planet and moon porcelain plates akin to wall artwork. The mechanics-inspired “Machine” includes cutlery with wrenches on one end, handle-less espresso cups resembling nuts and bolts, and bowls that channel toothed gears. New to the collection, to be presented at Milan Design Week, are porcelain plates with cogged edges, glinting with metal garnish.

Flip through the slideshow to view the full two collections from Diesel Living + Seletti. Those in Milan next week for the design fairs can see it all in person at Salone del Mobile 2016, where Diesel Living’s lighting collaboration with Foscarini, furniture collaboration with Moroso and more will be on show in one cohesive space. Tableware can be purchased at stockists like Brooklyn’s Beam and Amara.

Images courtesy of Diesel + Seletti