Graphic tabletop by Non Sans Raison

Thursday, 11 July 2013

The new Axo collection by French design studio Non Sans Raison was inspired by the work of constructivist artists of the Russian avant-garde. It uses axonometry as a design principle: a geometric projection technique in which vanishing lines remain parallel. 

Made of fine Limoges porcelain, the plates and cups are covered in black, white and red patterns that look like a simplified version of futuristic urbanism. The abstract compositions can be mixed and matched as every size of plate, from side to serving, is printed with a different pattern.

Homebuildlife subscribers can find more digital inspiration for spring/summer 2014 in our macro trend, N.D.A.