The artisans at The Glass Studio continue to raise the standard for creative tabletop. This time it is their collaboration with Japanese hospitality expert Nana Miyazawa and her plating various menu items using Glass Studio plates.
Ms. Miyazawa has a long standing collaboration with Glass Studio and frequently features their tableware designs in her styling seminars as well as cooking events.
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The Met Hotel in Thessaloniki is where the Glass Studio folks have worked more of their tabletop magic recently.
Check out all the creative tabletop solutions from the Glass Studio by going here:http://www.the-glass-co.com/myglassstudio/
Glass Studio does it again with unique ability to create just the right the design and overall aesthetic for fine dining tabletops around the globe. This time, the client happens to be the Banyan Tree in Macau and the design is a plate for serving oysters, keeping in mind that oysters are a synonym of sophisticated dining experience, associated with opulence and romance.
Working closely with each client to insure they understand both the aesthetic and the practical goals for each piece, Glass Studio creates luxury custom made glass dinner plates and glass dinner sets that provide solutions for any restaurant tabletop design.
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One of the most beautiful designs that Glass Studio created was certainly the “picture frame” dessert plate (shown below) with metallic tobacco brown rim. The design of the plate matched the accents of the interior as well as acting as a perfect backdrop to showcase confectionery delights.
The creative artists at Glass Studio have a talent for working with their clients and developing practical and innovative serving solutions for hospitality customers around the globe.
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In today’s white-washed world of restaurant tabletops, to find color – used in a way that elevates the entire dining experience - is unusual. The creative talents at Glass Studio have a unique skill at bringing just the right design … in just the right color….to the restaurant tabletops through their artistic use of glass plates and tabletop accessories. This time it’s the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong that is the lucky recipient of a Glass Studio tabletop makeover.
TabletopJournal has written before about the creative ways of the Glass Studio designers & artisans and the custom showplates done St. Regis Saaidyat Island are another fine example.
Banquet service is often associated with elegant dining setting, tasteful food presentation and bespoke service. When it comes to banqueting in a luxury hotel setting, the stakes are high in the aim to create a truly extraordinary and memorable experiences. Tabletop design plays the key role in creating that special, festive mood, and thoughtfully designed tableware truly comes to light. In this post we share with you our custom dinnerware designs for the banqueting service at the St. Regis Saaidyat Island hotel.
The show plates design features a soft geometric pattern that mimics the elegant motive on the ceilings. Show plates feature a combination of clear glass with gold rim and gold pattern that compliment the yellow/beige color scheme of the tabletop design.
At the center of the design is the St. Regis signature logo, which helps create a memorable connection between the banqueting occasion and the bespoke experience provided by the hotel.
To learn more aobut Glass Studio and their creative ways, go here: http://www.the-glass-co.com/
Glass side bowl with lid.......from Glass Studio, of course. From Sensi Sushi in Warsaw.
Expect the unexpected.
From Glass Studio.
TabletopJournal has written about the creative talents at the Glass Studio before an they have worked their artistic talents again at the Intercontinental Hotel, The City in Doha, Qatar.
Glass Studio‘s designers worked closely with the restaurant’s F&B team on creating stylish tableware. Dinnerware designs for this restaurant included glassshow plates and bread and butter plates, caviar presentation plates, appetizer plates, wine buckets and table accessories such as napkin rings.
The design of show plates featured minimal round shape and metallic pearl color, evoking the color of sea shells. Show plates featured baroque floral design, which perfectly matched the pattern of the black and white mosaic floors and offered interesting contrast to the marble tabletops.
The design that Glass Studio used for the bread and butter plates was based on round shape in white color with pearly finish. We used tattoo-like pattern in black color at the side of the plate, which matched the print of the restaurant’s logo. The same pattern was also used on the appetizer plates so as to carry on with the theme.
You can learn more of Glass Studio's ability to integrate interior decor, locale, and cuisine into the overall tabletop concept by going here: http://www.the-glass-co.com/