Cavatappi, Lasagne, Ravioli, Lumache – these are typically the names you find in the pasta section of the grocery store but today, they refer to the Al Dente collection designed by artist and designer Caleb Ferris. Not only is the collection inspired by the world of pasta, the production methods used to bring the collection to life is not dissimilar to the way pasta is made, whether that process is hand-made, machine-made, or a combination of the two.
The collection consists of a Cavatappi coffee table, a Lasagne side table, a ceramic Ravioli bowl, and a Lumache Object. While the pieces’ namesakes are often mass-manufactured, these one-of-a-kind objects were designed to make us pause and appreciate what already exists.
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