An innovative collection for modern food service concepts, Schoenwald presents its Shiro porcelain collection, which fuses Scandinavian minimalism with Japanese purism
Clean lines, purism and minimalism – the new Shiro collection from Schoenwald picks up on the Japanordic design trend that connects Japanese and Scandinavian culture a design trend renowned for concentrating on the essentials through reduced designs and colour.
The sturdy edge is the connecting design element which makes the collection so distinctively expressive. Another shared feature is the fluid lines that vary in differing proportions. Together, these two design attributes lend Shiro a new and surprisingly powerful aesthetic.
With its range of white hard porcelain, Schoenwald, the specialist for professional porcelain, addresses restaurateurs who take particular delight in experimenting with innovative concepts. Its basic modern collection of bowls, coupe plates and cups - some 30 pieces - meets gastronomic needs across the board.
One of the highlights is the plateau plate whose generous size makes it particularly suitable for creative food presentation. The extensive range of bowls in different sizes meets the requirements of contemporary food service. All of the current coffee culture trends can be covered with the cup concept that contains pieces with and without handles.
Shiro offers inspiration for casual presentation and provides a platform for uncomplicated food ideas, as well as for the modern banquet.
Shiro benefits from the accustomed high-quality Made in Germany of Schoenwald hard porcelain which is indispensable in the area of professional food service.