Milk&Honey “a land flowing with milk and honey”

 

I know !

Spring is coming – This is something special for people who love to feel warm all year long.

Mleko i Miód (Milk&Honey) is a brand new design form BEZA PROJEKT – Design and small architecture. Designed for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a gift for the Polish EU Presidency.

Milk and Honey is a Polish drink, that Poles traditionally drink during the winter .

Very healthy combination by the way. This drink is good for the heart and helps the immune system to fight cold and flu. We all know how cold and bad winter can be!

The set consists of a porcelain cup, spoon and a jar of honey – of course from Poland!

The shape of the cup looks like a can of milk, typical of Polish rural areas. The spoon (especially – bravo! ) has the shape of a quill pen – the attribute of a poet who used to describe the picturesque and “bulging with milk and honey” landscape.

Whole design (graphic ) were inspired by motifs originating from Polish culture and tradition. There are also detailed instructions of how to use it inside the box. Simple.

And look at this spoon! What a outline…bravo!

Milk&Honey set is the best example of the upcoming scene of Polish Design.

Beza Projekt – as they were described on a website –“ is a multi-disciplinary studio which is oriented around the idea of exploration the design as such.”

They want to get people to play with the objects and interiors they are surrounded by, not only the environment they live in.

Perfect way to included childhood memories (drinking hot milk with honey during the winter) with such an amazing design. This is how it’s done in Poland!

http://www.bezaprojekt.pl/en/

                             Justyna Turek (glasslovestrawberry) with Boris Hodonou’s help

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2 comments
  1. Polly Balitro said:

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