Dig In – Hand Plate

by Lilli Malou Germany

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Dig In – Jewelry Objects for Contemporary Dining Culture reimagines traditional eating utensils, inviting users to actively engage in the design process. Each meticulously crafted piece is made from 925 silver, ensuring personalized functionality and durability while evoking nostalgia for bygone customs. This radical design is crafted specifically for the left hand, conforming seamlessly to the shape of the palm, allowing it to be easily slipped over. It is not perceived as an external object, but rather as a natural extension of the hand. The design minimizes restrictions on hand mobility while offering protection and storage options during meals. When not in use, the hand plate can be conveniently placed on the two side parts, ensuring it remains accessible on the table for subsequent use. More than just a utilitarian tool, it also serves as a piece of jewelry. The silver sheet creates an almost second-skin layer, enhancing the sensory experience. Dig In – Jewelry Objects for Contemporary Dining Culture explores three pathways for cutlery evolution: revitalizing traditional practices, blurring the lines between adornment and utility, and deepening the connection between user and object. In a world influenced by changing eating habits and global cuisines, Dig In encourages viewers to reconsider traditional utensil forms, prioritizing sensory perception and tactile experience to enhance meal enjoyment.

The hand plate pairs perfectly with the Dig In – finger attachments but has to be purchased individually.

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Lilli Malou is a German artist and designer currently residing and working in Düsseldorf. Lilli’s passion lies in the realm of handmade design, craftwork and exploring novel materials. Recently, she graduated from Folkwang University of the Arts, earning a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. Lilli perceives design as a playful and subtle tool, capable of initiating meaningful dialogues and engaging conversations. She has embraced an interdisciplinary approach, immersing herself in various disciplines and workshops.
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