Carlos Schreib - Industrial Design
Tapas & Foodculture
03 / 2010
‘Tapas’ is a Spanish culture where small plates are filled with food specialties. The designed serving-dishes are made out of two pieces. One main dish is designed for the regular Tapas and one fitting on the top as a lid for preserving the heat. Also, it may serve the other way around for additional Tapas like olives and their leftovers.
The dishes are completely stackable with or without the smaller dish inside. In addition, there is a rotatable handle where the dishes can be plugged in to provide a companionable dinner as the Tapas traditionally are shared on the table.
Top shell for extra tapas and sauces or used upside down to preserve the heat
Stackable for easy storage