A monthly round-up of Studio Zung's current favorites in the shop. Here are five recommendations from the architects, interior designers, taste makers behind our studio.
We use this space to practice the act of meaningful choice-making considering smallest every day objects to the bigger furniture pieces we bring into our own sanctuaries.
Skagerak | Hammer Grinder
What we love most: The silken quality of these grinders matched with ease of use makes this number one on our list of kitchen essentials. Simply twist the top to grind up pepper corns or salt flakes, and lift it up to refill the grinder. Available in oak and teak.
Frama | Cutting Board
What we love most: The aesthetic, yet functional cutting boards by Frama and Dry Studios uses natural oak with a minimal brass accent to elevate your cooking rituals, whatever dish you may be making.
René Redzepi | Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine
What we love most: We all need a little bit of inspiration in the kitchen sometimes and instead of a cook book, we turn to renowned chef, René Redzepi, his cuisine, and the Nordic environment. Noma is an unprecedented opportunity to learn about Redzepi and Noma’s history and philosophy, the sourcing of ingredients, the experimentation behind the dishes and the cultural significance of dining at Noma.
Esque Studio | Italian Carafe
What we love most: Handblown wine carafe with 2 stemless wine glasses in an ethereal Opaline finish. The hand made nature of Esque Studio's glassware makes each piece completely unique and special to your home.
Frama | Otto Plate
What we love most: Dining is an immersive experience and plating is a key player in completing that experience. Frama's hand-crafted dinnerware is made from ceramics with a timeless Scandinavian aesthetic and a delicate glaze. An elegant blank slate to support any cuisine.