The signature In Situ plate was conceived as the focal point of each place setting for Corey Lee’s restaurant at SFMOMA, a collaborative project involving influential chefs from around the world. Echoing the underlying concept of In Situ as a site of cultural convergence, the deceptively simple In Situ plate is inscribed in the cartographic language of latitude and longitude, but slightly disturbed by an axial tilt – a dislocation that hints at the shift from a recipe’s origins to its new situation at SFMOMA.
Available at the SFMOMA Museum Store and in the Rosenthal Hotel and Restaurant line.
178x228mm, glazed porcelain, matte finish, 2016
designed by a l m project, Los Angeles, California
made by Rosenthal GmbH, Selb, Germany