Stackable set of dishes - Made in Thailand - Melamine
Ming Muse is the fruit of collaboration between ibride and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
Ming Muse unveils the inner garden of the enigmatic and beautiful Thyssen Museum where large butterflies touch her face, as if fascinated by her timeless beauty.
Its clean shape pays tribute to the well-known eponymous Asian vase, but its graphic content is quite another story...
Ming Abysses offers a metamorphosis, that of a woman whose mind seems to plunge into the unexpected depths of a pool. Gradually, dish after dish, a ballet starts up between the red of a cloth and the fins of a Siamese fighter.
Ming Acqua invites us to gradually plunge into the abyssal darkness of an oneiric aquatic universe, under the watchful and heady eye of a butterfly woman.
Ming China red
Ming China Red rolls out photographic fractions of a China tinged with nostalgia. In the style of a darkroom, the container thus unveils a wide shot to close-ups of a sophisticated and elegant Asia from the early 20th century.
The Faux-Semblants, objects in the shape of tributes, inherited their clean lines from distant cultures. Make no mistake about it: their ornamental aspect have a surprise in store. Made up of harmoniously stacked eclectic containers, the Faux-Semblants may also be unstacked to unveil privileged companions of an enhanced and bountiful, surprising and generous table.