Iris Tonies

Bunte Vasen von Veronika Thurin

Andrea Baumann

Federica Bubani

Cecilia Coppola

Sara Dario

Elsi Tischkultur

Maria Fischer


Iris Tonies

Andreas Hinder


Kühn Keramik

Manufacture de Digoin

Rina Menardi


Marianne Seitz

Kurt Spurey

Pamela Venturi

Olivia Weiß

Josef Wieser

Table culture: Style and elegance of daily rituals

A beautifully set table is about much more than just presenting dishes and utensils - it is a symbol of the beauty and value of everyday life, the power of dining as a means of communication, and the importance of the rituals and traditions we have around food.

In our fast-paced, modern world, we often rush through meals without taking the time to savor the flavors and appreciate the company of our loved ones. Setting a table can be a small but powerful act of creativity and intention, creating a beautiful and harmonious space for our dining. A carefully and attentively set table can transform any meal into a special occasion, creating a sense of ceremony and intention that helps us slow down our inner pace and connect with the present moment.

From the elaborate banquets of ancient Rome to the formal dinners of the Victorian era, table setting has a long tradition. But even in our more casual times, there is something deeply satisfying about arranging plates, glasses, and utensils in the right way. When each element is placed with care, the set table can convey a sense of harmony and balance, creating a cohesive whole.

Food is one of the most important means of communication. Whether it's a simple family meal or an elaborate feast, sitting down together at a beautifully set table conveys the message that this moment is special and that the food we are about to enjoy is more than just nourishment, but a symbol of our love, values, and culture on displ