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Brief Published: 24 Aug 2012

Silent Machine Tea Set


Inspired by industrial materials and manufacturing, Eunjae Lee – a recent graduate of Sweden’s Hogskolen School of Design and Crafts – has designed the Silent Machine Tea Set.

Paying homage to the industrial artifacts now lost in our digital age, the stoneware tea set is based on engine components. The series of cylinders feature simplistic elements resembling screw threads, nuts, bolts and washers, adding detail.

Lee presented the tea set last week at Formex design fair in Stockholm.

Eunjae Lee

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