Tuesday, March 13, 2018

SPIRIANT dining concept wins award

The bone china in Étagère is light weight and airline friendly

SPIRIANT, the LSG Group’s inflight equipment solutions subsidiary, has won an iF Design award for their new Étagère premium dining ware concept. 

“The concept creates a holistic meal experience where visual appeal and functional requirements are perfectly combined, living up to SPIRIANT’s brand claim, “’Where inspiration meets performance,”’ said a release from SPIRIANT.

Fine bone china used in the design is thinner and more transparent than common porcelain, making it both elegant and lightweight for air travel, said the company. SPIRIANT made the design with a serving plate, a smaller plate and bowl that can be arranged in several forms and stacked. It can also be used in a lounge or at the onboard bar.

Daniel Knies and Eva Hotz on
the winning night for SPIRIANT
The awards ceremony took place on March 9 at the BMW World exhibition center in Munich. Daniel Knies, Director Design and Product at SPRIANT, and Eva Hotz, Product Manager for Premium Experience SPIRIANT, proudly attended to accept the award. 

“We are elated that the Etagère concept is receiving the recognition that we have always felt it deserved,” said Knies. “The work that we put into the design process was meticulous, in-depth and always with the premium passenger experience at the forefront of our minds.”


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