Unbreakable Plates Inspired By Tropical Leaves

If you're worried about broken plates at your next dinner party, but the festivities call for something a little more upscale than Chinet, MoMA's food-safe silicone leaf plates are the perfect solution.

They're durable enough to withstand even a trip through the microwave, dishwasher, or even your oven. And besides creating an enchanting tropical feel at your next get-together, designer Nao Tamura's creations can be easily rolled up and crammed in a drawer for storage. But at $US80 for a set of four, you better make sure none of your guests toss one in the compost bin when they're done eating.

[MoMA Store via designboom]


Comments

    Because your expensive china is just so fragile, you need to purchase $20 silicone 'plates' that imitate real life leaves that real, destitute people have to actually live off every day, just so you can have a novel, gimmicky dinner party.

    Next stop: Dyed green, perfumed, leaf-shaped toilet paper for that tropical touch. Designed to perfectly resemble those real leaves used by people who've never seen actual toilet paper in their lives. No wonder the rest of the world hates us.

      Steve I like the cut of your jib :)
      Also. Leaf plate people here is my money..

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