Designed by one of Sweden's most interesting designers, Figgjo's new product series is characterised by a distinctive bevelled edge.
In connection with the 2016 Culinary Olympics in Erfurt, the award-winning designer Jens Fager was invited to design the porcelain for the Swedish national culinary team. Fager has a background as a chef, so it felt natural for him to collaborate with Figgjo. Now the product series is included in the Figgjo range and available to everyone!
The plates and bowls in the Figgjo Pax series are characterised by soft lines and pleasant curves that finish with a distinctive bevelled edge. The edge gives a distinctive and raw look, and the soft transition from the edge to the eating surface creates a functional, inviting product that is pleasant to look at.
– Figgjo Pax has an honest appearance, is elegant in all its simplicity – and is very user friendly, explains Erik L. Lindberg, who is the Product Development Manager at Figgjo.
The series consists of five items, comes in the colours white, olive green, grey and beige, and is particularly suitable for sharing concepts and social eating.
Jens Fager (b. 1979) is one of Sweden's most interesting young designers. He was educated at TUAD University in Japan and Konstfack in Stockholm, and works with everything from large interior concepts to small functional tools, furniture and kitchen utensils. Jens has won a number of awards and has participated in exhibitions worldwide. He is interested in creating a synthesis of function and simplicity.