City on a plate

Sick and tired of your boring plates? Try this funky new dinnerware rage.

by: Robyn Silverstone | 27 Feb 2008

If you cannot travel to Las Vegas maybe you can eat on it at least with notNeutral's new dinnerware range called, 'city on a plate'.

"City on plate it the brainchild of the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, a highly recognised design firm specialising in architecture, interior, graphic and product design.

notNeutral has two dinnerware ranges featuring cities from around the world. The first collection features Berlin, Shanghai, Los Angeles and Cairo while the second collection includes New Orleans, Washington DC, Las Vegas and Dubai.

The porcelain plates depicts each city centre on a black background. Buildings are represented in layered grids with red icons, while public spaces are shown in blue and green.

For example Washington DC's plate depicts the Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, the Pentagon and the White House.

The plates from notNeutral are selling for $50 each, while a whole collection costs $180.

- Food24


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