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SEKER by Jonathan Radetz
Containers exist for storing items, produce or valuables. The sugar bowl SEKER at a first glance will seem to be free of any function because its lid fills up the container’s entire space. When in use, SEKER presents a fully new way of functioning though: its content presses the massive lid outward and thereby visually indicates how full the container is.

TUZ by Jonathan Radetz
The salt container TUZ was designed to accompany the sugar bowl SEKER. Here too, the lid plays an essential role: TUZ’s lid is made of Turkish chestnut and has a concave dent on its exterior that enables storing a small amount of salt on the outside of the container so that the user can always easily access a pinch of salt.


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Pictures: Tamara Eda Temucin, Jonathan Radetz