Forget about what you knew about your tableware, as they no longer are just meant to serve some plate-full of detectable meals. Hats off to Ilan Sinai, who takes the tableware to a new elevation. “Senses” is a part of his tableware collection making the way you enjoy meals a sensory experience. The tableware makes a complete collection in three courses. The first course is the sense of hearing, making tableware in the form of earphones. This lets you concentrate on the every bit of food taste.
The main course is about the senses of smell so that one can smell the aroma of meals before they are served. And the last, but not the least is the desert course with the sense of touch. The sense of touch turns the smooth texture of chocolate to become grainy and crunchy just by manipulating the teaspoon in 3D shape. His other Sensous tableware collection also includes ’20-40-10 (%)’ and ‘Channels and Drainages’ which too are completed under three courses.