A while back, we admired the Wasara line of sculptural disposable paper goods designed by Tokyo-based Shinichiro Ogata. Since then, the line has received a Good Design Award from the Chicago Museum of Architecture and Design–and now we’re admiring the packaging as well.
Images via Cloth and Goods.
Above: Made from tree-free renewable materials (sugarcane fiber, bamboo, and reed pulp), the eco-friendly pieces are oil- and water-resistant and fully biodegradable and compostable; perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Above: Wasara Compote Bowl; $12 for a pack of six.
Above: The paper goods stack efficiently; prices range from a set of 6 Bowls for $12 to a set of 8 Plates for $14 at Cloth and Goods.
Above: The Coffee Cup comes with its own drinking spout; a set of six is $12.
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N.B.: See more of the range in Tabletop: Wasara Paper Goods.
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