Asia’s colourful variety of food carriers include lunchboxes, bento sets, banana leaves, and none other than the classic Tingkat. These cylindrical multi-layered tin cans originated from India, and now are widely used across Asia to transport hot meals. Studio Juju’s softly curving silhouettes and autumnal colours lend a refined simplicity to Supermama’s elegant reinterpretation of the Tingkat.
Designed by Henry McCallum and J.F. McNair, the Neo-Palladian and Renaissance architecture of the National Museum of Singapore is featured here, topped off with the museum’s iconic rotunda dome.
Porcelain is a medium where colour variation is a natural occurring feature of reactive, speckled, matte and cobalt-blue glazed finishing. Irregularities in glaze and texture should be celebrated as a mark of the artist's hand. Therefore, each piece is unique and has a handcrafted element to it.