The Geometry of Pasta
Good food makes people happy, and Tuscan pasta specialist The Geometry of Pasta has elevated the tasteful pleasures of pasta and sauce to a fine art with its harmonious creations. In the label’s kitchens, a host of skilled chefs prepare pasta from regionally harvested wheat and mountain spring water, while the exquisite sauces have an exceptionally high meat content—near 75%—combined with hand-picked ingredients for carefully balanced, savoury flavours. This set of nine different sauces reflects a truly Italian passion for food—one that’s sure to bring contentment to the dinner table.
Pici & Duck Sauce by The Geometry of Pasta, 14 eur
The elegantly packaged Pici and Sugo Di Anatra set reflects a truly Italian passion for food—one that’s sure to bring contentment to the dinner table.
The Geometry of Pasta Cookbook
The Geometry of Pasta cookbook brings us over 100 authentic recipes by renowned master chef Jacob Kenedy, complemented by a series of stunning black-and-white illustrations by award-winning designer Caz Hildebrand. The book reflects the truly Italian passion for good food—a passion that’s sure to bring contentment to kitchens.
Almost too beautiful to be eaten!
Tea Towels The Geometry of Pasta
Set of 3 Pin Hooks by Zieta, black or white
Thanks to the efforts of talents like Oskar Zieta, Polish design is making strides on the international scene. Currently a lecturer at the Technische Hochschule Zürich, Zieta has been recognised as a design pioneer since the early 2000s. Through his label Zieta, the young designer developed an internal pressure forming technique (FiDU), producing ultra-light and extremely sturdy steel objects through internal inflation. Created through this process, the convex forms of these colouful hooks give a new polish to tidy hallways and shine a playful light on keeping it all hung up.