Sebastian Bergne has designed a range of children’s crockery and cutlery for Habitat. Made of melamine plastic, Clown is a dual-tone set available in white and either dark pink or teal. Each piece from the set, which incorporates a plate, cup, knife, fork and spoon, features subtle ‘humanoid’ characteristics such as the suggestion of a nose, ears and feet. ‘I wanted to introduce human elements that children could discover gradually, rather than making them crass and jokey and [immediately] obvious,’ Bergne says. The range will be available in Habitat stores from February.
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In a statement to the commons the chancellor has announced the successor to the furlough scheme, as he urged listeners to “learn to live without fear”.
Omse has designed an identity for the East London church to flex across its many functions, from place of worship to gig venue and brewery.