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November 28, 2014

A to Z: On the tabletop

Between working late and a few too many Camparis, mealtime can sometimes become a forgettable experience. But do away with the distractions and suddenly the shape of your glass and weight of your fork start to affect and accentuate the flavour in your mouth – making sitting down to a meal a delight.

  • Pictures: Brendan Homan
  • Styling: Tom Parbs

Bin the TV dinner, log off your email and let CityMag set your table. 


Water jug by Aino Aalto for Iittala

Orrefors merlot champagne glass by Erika Lagerbielke
Bordeaux glass for red wine by Erik Bagger for Rosendahl
Prestige water glass by Luigi Bormioli

Kivi candle holder by Marimekko for Iittala

Eclipse pinch bowls by Christian Hall for JamFactory

Debutant cutlery set by Andre Verdier for Laguiole

Vintage cruise line crockery for Royal Copenhagen

Cloth serviette at Harris Scarfe


Water glass by Jasper Morrison for Alessi

Thrown salad bowl at JamFactory

Curve salad servers by Christian Hall for JamFactory

Serve board by Jon Goulder for JamFactory

Ceramic plates by Gerry Wedd

Lantern by Harri Koskinen for Iittala at Aptos Cruz

Grind pepper and salt mill by Jon Goulder for JamFactory


Citterio 98 fork at Iittala

Bistro side plate at Country Road

Milk carton glass jug at Half Pint

Crumpled cup by Rob Brandt

Cork coaster at Harris Scarfe

AJ coffee pot by Arne Jacobsen at Aptos Cruz

Cup and saucer by Jasper Morrison for Alessi

111 Navy Chair by Emeco at Aptos Cruzz

Citterio 98 teaspoon at Iittala

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