Plates & Trays
Plates & Trays
Strong characteristics like unique forms and seamless function define Luminaire's selection of plates and trays. Whether impressed by the unique hand painted patterns of Catharina Kippel's bone china Bono Dessert Plates, or captivated by Konstantin Grcic's origami-like folded metal as found in the Un Attimo Dopo Tray, each of the tabletop serving items defies conventional expectations and brings good design to the table.
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/images/products/thumbs/1473.jpg Capturing the sublime beauty of simplicity, Belgian designer Michael Verheyden combines basic geometric shapes and the most elemental of materials to create quietly poetic objects for the home. The Apertivo Serving Tray exemplifies his sophisticated approach to design. Aperitivo Round Serving Trays Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1082.jpg The Cirri Cookie and Cake Stand has a witty and playful personality characterized for its lacy texture and edges that echo cloud formations. Made to display cookies or a fluffy cake, the stand elevates desserts with its sculptural aesthetics. Cirri Cookie & Cake Stand Anna Castelli Ferrieri
/images/products/thumbs/1063.jpg Referencing a sculptural piece of geometric abstraction, the Earthquake Dish is designed by the renowned Belgian ceramicist, Piet Stockmans. The surface of the dish resembles the patchwork of tectonic plates that move slowly into each other during an earthquake. Earthquake Dish Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/578.jpg The Eye Round Glass Dish from R&D Blueside combines the ideal attributes to display all kinds of foods with a simple and sophisticated design. Given the elegant concave style, this serving plate is an excellent serving object for dishes that require no knives. Eye Round Glass Dish R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/125.jpg The Festa Appetizer Set, designed by Liliana Bonomi, is a collection of porcelain bowls that rest on a polished stainless steel tray, emphasizing and enhancing the presentation of food. Festa Appetizer Set Liliana Bonomi
/images/products/thumbs/1492.jpg Serving and presenting appetizers gets a well-designed set of useful tools. The Fold Cheese Board and Knife is a clever collection that features unique details within a minimal design. Fold Cheese Board and Knife shibui
/images/products/thumbs/398.jpg With a name derived from a play on the words global and local, the Glocal collection by KNIndustrie features a functional tabletop Cheese Plate made from an exhausted wood barrel. Glocal Cheese Plate KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/399.jpg With a Name derived from a play on the words global and local, the Glocal collection by KNIndustrie features a functional tabletop Cutting Board made from an exhausted wood barrel. Glocal Cutting Board KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/958.jpg Inspired by Japanese culinary culture, the Glocal Teppanyaki Tray is minimal and elegant. The tray can be used as a practical grill following the typical Japanese Teppanyaki technique. Glocal Teppanyaki Tray KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/582.jpg The Hasia Tablet Serving Trays from the Blueside 2013 collection redefines the relationship of two materials different in composition that when used together create beautiful results. The trays work harmoniously when served as a pair, enabling the food connoisseurs to appreciate the influence of small taste common in meze, hors d'oeuvre and dessert presentations. Hasia Tablet Serving Trays Sara Guasticchi and R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/1510.jpg A union of materials creates a dynamic display of design in Monika Lubkowska-Jonas's Ivalo Dome and Ash Base. Made by hand using traditional glass blowing techniques, the design features a spherical dome which rests upon an ash wood base to create a sophisticated serving piece perfect for presenting cakes, pies and other dishes. Ivalo Dome and Ash Base Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/1188.jpg The Limited Edition Oval Tray is handcrafted in Studio Piet Stockmans workshop in Genk, Belgium. The object is made from white porcelain slip, glazed with a deep cobalt blue, a trademark of the designer. Limited Edition Oval Tray Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1650.jpg Highlighting the beauty and warmth of natural wood, Julie Tolvanen's Loop Tray is a refined and modern tabletop accessory that elevates simple meals and gatherings alike. Loop Tray Julie Tolvanen
/images/products/thumbs/436.jpg Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's porcelain plate subtracts from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. Lovatt Plate Catherine Lovatt
/images/products/thumbs/1739.jpg Inspired by France’s rich, culinary tradition, French designer Alain Gilles’ Madame Is Served is a modern take on the cake server that uses sensual, graphic shapes to create a visually appealing tabletop accessory. The versatile design features a ceramic base comprised of two separate elements complete with a glass topper. Madame Is Served! Alain Gilles
/images/products/thumbs/1319.jpg Made with passion and purpose the Mango Wood Wave Platter promotes vibrant communities and makes a welcome addition to your table. Carefully chosen for their character and grain, each one is unique in shape and finish and provides an elevated surface for serving appetizers, cheeses, fruits and anything else that needs a lift. Mango Wood Wave Platter Be Home
/images/products/thumbs/152.jpg The Meniscus Bowl is a substantial yet graceful curve of heavy lead crystal. Designed by Claryssa Berning, this bowl is the essence of simple, functional beauty acting almost as a lens and intensifying the reaction of its viewer. Meniscus Bowl Claryssa Berning
/images/products/thumbs/1625.jpg To Brazilian architectural practice Studio mk27, everything is architecture, no matter the scale. This credo is evident in their MK27 Tray, a minimal and geometric accessory that exudes the same refined qualities as their buildings. MK27 Tray Studio mk27
/images/products/thumbs/1476.jpg A clear expression of material, the MVE Marble Rectangular Tray captures the minimal design ethos of its creator, Michael Verheyden. Through thoughtful reduction and attention to proportion, the designer has transformed a ubiquitous home accessory into a quietly poetic object that is sophisticated and sculptural. MVE Marble Rectangular Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/150.jpg Explorating the limits of conventional dining dishes, Zaha Hadid's Niche is a domestic sculpture which follows her architectural investigations to create a centerpiece constructed of interposable black melamine elements. Each dish can be used as an individual serving container or it may be used on a desk to hold office accessories. Niche Dishes Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/1477.jpg Combining the pure geometric form of the circle with the natural beauty of marble, the Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray is a quietly poetic object that elevates the common tray from ubiquitous to unique. Designed by Michael Verheyden, the bianco venatino marble tray is crafted by hand in his Genk, Belgium studio and exudes a sensual tactile quality from its smoothly honed finish. Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1163.jpg The simple and beautifully crafted Oak Tray is pared-down to its most essential and minimal form. Oak Tray Raumgestalt
/images/products/thumbs/389.jpg Inspired by the sight of an island peacefully rising from the ocean, Danny Vanlet's mouth-blown, molded Oilo glass dish features an integrated candle holder that gracefully rises from the object. Oilo Glass Dish Danny Vanlet
/images/products/thumbs/946.jpg Include the beautifully designed Paddle Dip Set in your next social event to create a stylish presentation for your guests. Paddle Dip Set Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/482.jpg Simple, though with a strongly sensual presence, Axel Delbrayere's Paysages Wooden Tray has a gentle curved surface to hold food and condiments. The warm softness of finely-sanded wood gives the tray a smooth texture that proves hard not to caress, and its sculptural form makes it feel, as the designer notes, "as if it were floating above the table. Paysages Wooden Tray Axel Delbrayere
/images/products/thumbs/1401.jpg This set of two Peili Dishes is classic, simple and adaptable. The dishes, which are staggered in size, can be used as plates, serving trays or for displaying fruit or vegetables. Designed by VE2 for the award-winning Danish design company Zone, the plates are minimalist and Scandinavian in style. Zone describes them as a reinterpretation of the plate with a new aesthetic and modern look. Peili Dishes - Set of Two Thomas Bennedsen
/images/products/thumbs/867.jpg Manufactured by Poets and designed by Studio Formafantasma, Pinch Vassoio is an elegant glass tray with a witty metal clip sustaining it in the middle. Poets is a project by Massimo Lunardon in which he grouped five designer friends to create a series of table glassware full of poetry. Pinch Vassoio Studio Formafantasma
/images/products/thumbs/1018.jpg The Ping Pong Cocktail Tray is a fun and functional piece by the renowned Italian designer Vico Magistretti. Ping Pong Cocktail Tray - Set of Four Vico Magistretti
/images/products/thumbs/1405.jpg The PLAT-EAU Stone Trays comprise a selection of five imaginative trays that each creatively explores and celebrates the varied textures, surfaces and qualities of natural stone, augmented at times with materials such as hand-finished brass and colorful glass. The trays are configured in geometric, collage-like artistic arrangements and are a study in shape and form. PLAT-EAU Stone Trays Silvia Fanticelli
/images/products/thumbs/1183.jpg Catch All. Designed by German industrial designer Eric Degenhart, the clean, minimal form of the Porter Set offers elegant possibilities for carrying anything from keys and gloves, to fruit or small snacks. Porter Set Eric Degenhardt
/images/products/thumbs/650.jpg XLBoom's Pure Trays are a nod to the natural characteristics of tropical acacia wood. Appearing as hand-carved forms, these trays retain the strong coloration of the unique wood. Perfect for serving, the trays are food safe. Pure Trays XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/1663.jpg Under the careful hand of Piet Stockmans, a traditional material reveals an entirely new dimension. In the Belgian ceramicist's Rock Dish, ceramic is transformed into a sculptural plate consisting of a grid of circular blue and white mounds. Rock Dish Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1046.jpg Designed by renowned architect Richard Meier, the Round White Marble Tray epitomizes simplicity and elegance. Round White Marble Tray Richard Meier
/images/products/thumbs/524.jpg An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Large Serving Tray is inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like its smaller siblings, the large tray resembles a real leaf; it is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. Seasons Large Serving Tray Nao Tamura
/images/products/thumbs/522.jpg An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Serving Trays are inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like a real leaf, each serving dish is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. Seasons Serving Trays - Set of 4 Nao Tamura
/images/products/thumbs/1475.jpg Belgian designer Michael Verheyden uses basic geometric shapes and noble materials to create objects that exude a sense of quiet poetry. Pure in form and material, his Segment 40 Marble Round Platter is a striking centerpiece for the table crafted from a single piece of marble in his Genk, Belgium studio. Segment 40 Marble Round Platter Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1022.jpg Designed by Rebecca Finell, the elegant Slide Serving Tray is a minimal addition to your party with a geometric edge. Slide Serving Tray Finell
/images/products/thumbs/287.jpg Infusing her own personal, nordic interpretation of simplicity into a range of products for Alessi, Kristiina Lassus' mirror-polished stainless steel Tau Tray is a concise and considered design. Tau Tray Kristiina Lassus
/images/products/thumbs/574.jpg A quiet piece from Blueside's 2013 collection, the Tongue Glass Serving Dish manifests rhythm and volume uncommon in serving items. Italian designer Eraldo Marini experiments using sinuous shapes, clean and linear in concept, to announce a dual use for complementing any meal with this handmade object. Tongue Glass Serving Dish Eraldo Marini
/images/products/thumbs/137.jpg Reinterpreting stainless steel through basic geometries, asymmetries, and clean cuts, German designer Konstantin Grcic's Un Attimo Dopo tray displays the minimalist language that is characteristic of the designer. Through his household items in the Passami il Sale collection, objects take on unusual fashions while remaining functional. Un Attimo Dopo Tray Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/1686.jpg In Rina Minardi's Wavy Tray, a sinuous form realized in ceramic gives way to a functional accessory that distills her characteristic sensibilities into a useful object for the table. The tray's dynamic wave-like form features two indentations making it a perfect serving dish for snacks or Hors d'oeuvres. Wavy Tray Rina Menardi
/images/products/thumbs/487.jpg Strong in its geometric form and clean construction, XLBoom's Set of Low Trays is a stylish and considered way to present food and drink or display votives and decorative objects around the house. XLBoom Set of Low Trays XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/651.jpg With its simple and relaxing design, XLBoom's Zen Trays completely live up to its name. Providing function in a minimal form, the painted MDF tray is available in three sizes to suit various needs. Zen Trays XLBoom