Object of Desire: Dinnerware

There’s something about a good set of dishes that just adds a little bit of sophistication to every day life.

This three-piece, stackable ceramic dishware set was desgined by Canadian Khalil Jamal, an industrial designer who has created public art and large-scale structures. He designed the set when he was a student at the University of Calgary.

The design is inspired by the asymmetrical lines created by spinning plates — the smaller dishes sit in the larger ones to bring a little bit of sculptural interest to your table.

It’s also dishwasher and microwave-safe.

The set is available through the online, Canadian retailer Ideacious for $299. 

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