Designer chocolates shaped to represent Japanese words for textures

For the French interior design trade show Maison et Objet, Oki Sato, head designer of Japanese design studio Nendo, was commissioned to design a unique set of chocolates. ‘Chocolatexture’ is the conceptual product, with inspiration from the onomatopoeic Japanese words for textures. The finely crafted chocolate pieces have elegantly simple and modern design, featuring geometric shapes and sharp points.

Even if you don’t understand Japanese and the context behind the concept, the fancy chocolate pieces stand alone as works of art in themselves. Chocolatexture is produced in extremely limited edition, with only 400 sets available for purchase at Maison et Objet Paris.

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Source: designfaves.com

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