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Feast and Form Magazine

Published in Singapore, this online magazine covers stories about food, architecture and design mainly in this city and a little from around the world

Norwegians in Milan Lars

Norwegians in Milan Lars Tornøe – Scoop bowls "For Scoop I start with a clean rectangular block, and use rounded tools of different sizes to scrape out the space—a process akin to scooping ice cream from a tub." Born in Dusseldorf to Norwegian parents, Lars Tornøe is now based in Stavanger, where he runs his furniture and product design studio. Scoop is a family of three multi-purpose wooden bowls in ash and oak, featuring depressions that can be used to store or display small objects. larstornoe.com 9 feastandform.com

Norwegians in Milan Marianne Andersen & Victoria Gunzler – Dune platter "Dune has an organic but organised form, and a grainy, tactile matte surface—a manufactured look, but a crafted feel." Working together for the first time, industrial designers Marianne Andersen and Victoria Gunzler have collaborated on Dune, a curved and elevated ceramic platter for serving or displaying fruits or other foods. Designed in two different sizes, the platters have an abstract, sculptural quality. marianneandersen.com feastandform.com 10