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Unilloy Cookware: A New, Lightweight Twist to Traditional Cast Iron Design?

Unilloy Cookware: A New, Lightweight Twist to Traditional Cast Iron Design?

Unilloy - A Unique Approach in Cookware Design

Unilloy catapults cookware design to new heights by using a material originally intended for industrial machinery parts. This version of cookware boasts an enamelled, cast iron composition, completely astound users with its unexpected lightweight characteristics. This attribute significantly eases the handling process, even when the pot is brimming with food!

Unilloy's well-balanced design is characterized by smooth lines and a delicate handle. This intricately detailed dishware not only greatly intensifies its overall aesthetic appeal but also sets it apart from conventional cast iron products.

Special Exhibition Feature: "The KOUBA principle: The fundamentals of Japanese design in the Tsubame-Sanjo region"

Unilloy is showcased at a new special exhibition related to the KOUBA principle. The event aims to shed light on the elements of Japanese design inherent in the Tsubame-Sanjo region. The exhibition commences on the 20th of October and extends to the 21st of January 2024.

Key Features:
  • Made from materials originally purposed for industrial machinery
  • Lightweight despite being cast iron
  • Enhanced aesthetic appeal with a delicate handle and flowing lines
  • Superior to traditional cast iron products in design aspects
  • Featured in an exclusive exhibition on Japanese design.

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