The Seletti Palace Collection, New Edition

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A new edition of the Palace tableware series inspired by Italian architecture.

Launched in 2011, Seletti’s Palace collection revolutionized the architecture of table settings, putting ubiquitous plates in a whole new light. Italian designer Alessandro Zambelli created the series as an homage to Italian Renaissance and to 15th-16th century architecture. While designed as veritable centerpieces that become conversation starters, the tableware sets also put a focus on function. Their modular design allowed the user to stack them in neat towers and thus create the completed buildings. At the same time, this ingenious feature provided an easy solution to carry the plates and bowls and to save space on the table. In 2019, Seletti launched a new edition of the popular Palace collection, updating details while keeping the beloved design intact.

The new series includes four of the original modular sets. Each set recreates an iconic mansion and features detailed facades, providing an easy solution to transform every dinner party into a special event. The sets come with modular plates, trays, and more spacious containers represented by the “roofs” that also act as covers. The plates boats decorative patterns on both sides to enhance the visual perspective of the modular design.

Crafted from fine Limoges porcelain, the Palace tableware sets are durable as well as resistant to high temperatures. Plus, they are both microwave and dishwasher-safe, for more convenience. A perfect housewarming gift for an architecture lover, the Palace collection would also make a great gift for anyone who loves creative contemporary design. Discover the new Palace edition along with other Seletti products in the Gessato Design Store. Photographs© Seletti.

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