Jet-Tern Company, the Chinese kitchenware manufacturer, is launching a range of cutlery this Friday, designed by Doshi Levien Design Office. The 13-piece set, called Slim, will be on display at Ambiente 2002, the biannual homesware trade fair in Frankfurt, which runs from 15-19 February. Doshi Levien also created the packaging for Slim, an invitation to the show and the stand at which Slim, and other Jet-Tern products, will be exhibited. Slim is aimed at the ‘high-end’ European market, says Doshi Levien partner Jonathan Levien.
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