Monolithic Cookware Collection

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Minimalist cookware designed for heartwarming family dishes.

Around the world, people use simple cookware and utensils to make the most satisfying homemade meals to share with their family and friends. The elegantly minimalist Monolithic Cookware Collection draws inspiration from this concept. Created by celebrated designer Naoto Fukasawa for JIA Inc., the range uses simple forms and elegant curves to provide a versatile cooking solution for all types of cuisines. Indeed, the collection aims to capture the universal spirit of coming together to share family meals. As such, the six products have a design that suits a wide range of cooking styles from all around the world.

The line comprises a frying pan, casserole, and sauce pan as well as three utensils: ladle, skimmer, and turner. Brought together, the cookware offers a complete solution to cook everyday meals at home. Made of lightweight cast aluminum with a fine texture, the casserole and pans also boast a Teflon™ coating. More than just versatile and timeless choices, the black cast iron finish along with the simple forms accentuate the colors as well as the taste of the food. At the same time, the understated design allows every dish to shine. Practical features include ergonomic handles, the latest IH compatible technology, and bumps to vent extra steam. To ensure they don’t scratch the surface of the pans and casserole, the utensils are made of a heat-resistant nylon material. They’re also dishwasher-safe for more convenience.

The award-winning JIA Inc. Monolithic Cookware range will make its debut at this year’s Las Vegas Market Show. Apart from this collection, visitors can also see ranges from two other iconic brands: Eva Solo and Mono. The show starts on January 26th and ends on January 31st, 2019.

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