Magisso Take Good Design Awards
January 10, 2013,
The Magisso Teacup
HELSINKI-Magisso, a design resource, has won two Good Design awards from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture for the Magisso Serving Set and the Magisso Teacup.
The Serving Set consists of a pie server, a cheese knife and a cheese slicer. Designed by Maria Kivijarvi, the products can be set sideways on the table so the blade doesn't tarnish the tablecloth.
A Magisso statement said the Good Design awards received submissions from several thousand manufacturers and industrial and graphic design firms throughout the world.
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