The series is specifically designed to cater to the international trend toward transculturalism — a big word that basically means global eating and cooking habits are a lot more similar than you might think.
Transculturalism is about figuring out how to make differences into similarities too—a trick VARDAGEN does without anyone even noticing. How? The collection is designed so single products work in multiple ways.
”We designed VARDAGEN tableware and glassware because we wanted to make timeless, traditional and lasting items for your home. Inspired by old-fashioned craftsmanship, we gave every piece a distinct function. Attention to detail and soft, round shapes make a beautiful frame for the food and drink on the table. Simplicity and honesty are the words we use to describe the products. Each part of the series has a soul of its own, that brings back memories and creates new ones!”
Designers: Henrik Preutz (Sweden) Wiebke Braasch (Germany) Nike Karlsson (Sweden) Ola Wihlborg (Sweden)
VARDAGEN baking tins are made from anodised aluminium for an extra durable and hard-wearing surface, so that you can use them for years to come. Just remember to grease before each bake and hand-wash when you’re done.