The characteristic design of the dining concept comes to the fore on the plates with their relinquished borders particularly well. Different three-dimensional patterns lend the porcelain series an extra dimension and emphasise its high quality. “These patterns are the result of an archaeological-like exploration through our cultural memories. The result is a new interpretation using a modern digitalized language.” The seven different reliefs on porcelain elements are sometimes arranged asymmetrically, sometimes covering the entire surface. Sometimes the pattern breaks out across the rim, reshaping its line. As such, this individual design and formal feature allow versatile alternative combinations.