**- HIBI (Japanese) for the British designer An Jishen**
**- Comfort is supreme, the bottom is gradually narrowed and better grasped**
**- Tailored for the East, easy to hold**
【日々 / HIBI Minimalist Tableware Series】
HIBI (Japanese) in Japanese has many meanings in daily life.
HIBI tableware is the core of people's daily life. Based on "eternal", we design a tableware series that is simple but can last for days, years, or even decades.
[About Designer - Shin Azumi]
In 1994, he graduated from the Wang Li Art University Institute in the United Kingdom. In 2005, he established a personal studio "a studio" in London.
Designed with furniture, lighting, electronics and audio equipment in many fields.
The work is globally recognized and listed as a permanent collection of many museums such as Victoria & Albert Museum (UK), Stedelijk Museum (Netherlands), Die Neue Sammlung (Germany).
Awards include the 2009 Outstanding Design Award, the Classic Innovation Award, the Catering and Wine Design Awards.
[Comfortable use experience]
"How to be more comfortable?" Design HIBI starts with this question.
When you hold it in your hand and move it into your mouth, every moment is always in the pursuit of comfort and smoothness.
When pursuing balance, unnecessary decorations are discarded.
The sleek and sleek shape, and the tapered base, the designer creates a sense of balance and smoothness in the hand.
[Designed for the Orientals]
The food culture of Japan has evolved under the influence of the West. The meals are mixed with Western food, but the Western-style tableware is a little more laborious for the smaller hands of the Orientals.
HIBI designers use smaller standard sizes than Western countries think, and are specially designed for the Orientals. They are warm and comfortable in their hands.
Size: φ120 x H60 mm
Place of Origin: Japan