In this world of technologies, 3D-printing is being used widely in designing, and has replaced all traditional designing methods. Now some brands such as Othr are using this technology in making homeware products as well. Recently, a New York-based designer Allissia Melka-Teichroew has added a 3D-printed tea set and spoon to the latest homeware collection at Othr.
Using 3D-printing technology, she has remodeled the traditional tea set in a group of complimentary things. The contours of the cup and saucer are designed to match with round edges of the perforated spoon. This spoon is especially designed for use with sugar cubes. Saucer’s protruding tab is designed to make it handy while having tea or coffee.
The designer has used porcelain as the main material to 3D-print cup and saucer. Whereas, the spoon is available in two materials, steel or bronze having either silver polishing or come in 14K gold plating.
Allissia has kept the tea set contemporarily stylish and easy to use which make it a superb item to serve up your guests. The perforated spoon is unique, so whole set becomes a smart product for your modern kitchens. The grid cup and saucer duo is available at Othr in $115 and each spoon costs $85. These trendy and authentic products are made only after pre-purchase.