Bring the town to my table

Seletti brings once more its fresh, humoured and unique approach to everyday objects design.
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There's the tower, a six-floor building, a large opera house like building and a wonderful villa; and you can now own them all. I'm not proposing a huge brick investment but a rather more humorous and considerably smaller one. Your table has never been so much fun; plates, bowls, glasses, soup and cheese containers are stackable, beautifully shaped and decorated in the style of Florentine Renaissance houses. 
Unique, functional, modular and playful, the fabulous Palace tableware collection designed by Alessandro Zambelli together with Selab, Seletti's own creative lab, goes straight to my wish list.

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Palace 
Designer: Alessandro Zambelli and Selab
Company: Seletti
Year: 2010
Materials: porcelain

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