Ceramic designer Sigríður Hjaltdal Pálsdóttir will introduce a new product in her bybibi tableware line at the Epal design store at Skeifan 6 in Reykjavík during the Iceland DesignMarch, 12-15 march 2015.
The new product is the unique plate STEFNIR that will be produced in a variety of materials including porcelain, marble and Icelandic lava, stone and wood. STEFNIR is a plate that helps take food into playful new directions. The plate’s design is both a nod to boat play and the arrow thus the Icelandic name STEFNIR which refers to direction. It is also a contemplation of the multifaceted rendezvous that occur when we dine together. The different versions of STEFNIR can be mixed and matched to create a dramatic pentagon centrepiece. The plate is ideal for restaurants and delicatessens to present a variety of dishes, from your local delicacy to the classic birthday cake. Handcrafted in Iceland, the plate is a unique Icelandic design piece that can be collected in different versions, for different uses.
The bybibi product line is a versatile and adaptable multipurpose set of tableware that can follow you from room to room. These high quality porcelain cups, jugs, plates and platters are available in black and white to fit effortlessly with any style. The sets can be mixed and matched to create the tableware you desire. The clean lines of the bybibi tableware belie a deep level of research and development that underpin the organic nature of Bibi’s design aesthetic.