Bamirla-Tableware by Emese Orbán

Emese Orbán Exhibits The Bamirla Tableware

Emese Orbán, the author of the highlighted work Tableware by Emese Orbán explains, Bamirla stands for the Hungarian Bátor Tábor which is a camp for children with cancer or other chronic illness. The aim of this design is to transmit the atmosphere of the camp to the users with the rounded, playful shapes, use of colors and the character of arts and crafts. The decorations refer to the camp and they are based on the following three ideas: the logo of the camp, the children accommodations and the graphics of the houses. The tableware is tend to support the healthy eating habits so they are adopted to the eat-less-more-often practice in their dimensions..

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