By Please Wait to be Seated
More ‘duet’ than ‘cruet’, these salt and pepper grinders are just asking to be picked up and twisted. The brass belts provide a bold yet simple contrast to the encircling Fig Purple ash-wood body of these twin grinders. Their adjustable ceramic cores make for a stylish and durable addition not just to the home but also to the busiest of restaurants. And the interplay between concave and convex gives a dual flavour to this Russian Cossack duo.
Material Stained ash wood with brass belt and ceramic grinder
Size 7 x 5cm / 2.75 x 2"
Simon Nygaard has versatile creative mind. His work includes interior/ furniture design, graphic design and art. As an extend of the work as a designer Simon is the art director of the creative agency Wonderland, which he started up in 2011. Same year he published the first issue of the art-magazine Wonderland.
Please Wait to be Seated
Will this design in its entirety, become a long lasting object, we someday can pass on to our children?
This is a question PWtbS asks before launching each product. Based in Copenhagen and founded by renown interior photographer Thomas Ibsen, PWtbS' goal is to introduce designs that have the potential of becoming classics.
The collection has its own characteristics with a focus on interaction, good craftsmanship, quality, materials and sustainability in terms of durable design.