Marianne van Ooij, Blue Print

Complément farfelu de son service "Dressed for Dinner", Marianne van Ooij, designer néerlandaise installée aux Etats-Unis, a imaginé la série de linge de table "Blue Print". Nappes, serviettes et set de tables en linet coton arborent dessins et plans techniques de production de verres, assiettes et autres ustensiles. To complement her "Dressed for Dinner" tableware, Marianne van Ooij (a Dutch designer who now lives in the United States) has imagined the "Blue Print  Dinner Textiles" series, showing the design process of tableware. On tablecloth, placemats and napkins, a technical drawing shows dimensions, comments and directions for the production of plates, glassware and utensils.

Marianne van Ooij, Dressed for Dinner

Une tenue de soirée pour service de porcelaine ? C'est une tendance à laquelle la designer Marianne van Ooij, qui vit à Brooklyn, se propose d'adhérer. Formée au design industriel auprès de l'Académie Royale de la Haye et du Pratt Institute de Brooklyn, la designer néerlandaise souhaite "illustrer les aspects sociaux qui entrent en jeu au cours d'une soirée, d'une occasion particulière". Smart dinner attire for crockery? That is a new trend designer Marianne van Ooij, who lives in Brooklyn, is offering to set. Trained as an industrial designer at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague and at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, the Dutch designer wants to "illustrate the social aspects that are involved during a special night out."