Imagine if your vision was only 5%. Would you rather tell a fork from a knife by touching the soiled picks and blade, or would you prefer to recognise one from the other by only touching the handles?
Could that even become an aesthetic feature for everyone?
See-eat-through is an elegant tableware set for daily use that also enables visually impaired people to perceive the table objects and their functions more clearly.
The glass makes the water visible while pouring it using colour contrast and refraction. The plate has a subtle coloured relief ring to feel the position of its inner edge.
Everyone at the table can use and appreciate See-eat-through cutlery, glasses and plates, with or without visual impairment. Elegant products can stand for inclusion.
This project was developed with the help of Visio Eindhoven, the participants of Oogcafe Eindhoven and was supported by Hema.
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