notNeutral Cooper Hewitt 'Spinne' Square Tray
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life.
- Laminated wood
- Food safe. Avoid wet, oily, & hot food.
- Care: wipe clean with a damp cloth
Dimension (cm): 30.48 cm Square
Weight: 0.5 Lbs
Welcome to notNeutral’s world. notNeutral is the product design company affiliated with the award-winning Los Angeles based architecture and design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios.
Growing out of a close collaboration between these two companies, products are inspired by gardens, buildings are inspired by plates and patterns are inspired by urban plans. Their designs emerge from their desire to synthesize the world around them. They create bold, colourful and innovative products that encompass all categories of the modern lifestyle: Gift, Garden, Dine, Home, Kids. Their vibrant, confident and streetwise products are unique and accessible, expressing individuality and choice.
notNeutral has built a unique following that attracts young-spirited, colourful individuals who are looking for designs that express their style. They’ve become known to design savvy consumers as the alternative for innovative colour palettes, a contemporary take on the ordinary and design that is unquestionably not neutral.
- Though the original textile design was conceived over 100 years ago, the zigzag pattern is fresh and modern, adorning notNeutral's iconic LINO mugs, small plates, wooden serving trays, and coasters.
- These entertaining pieces can be used as a set, or mixed with white dinnerware to add unexpected pops of color.