In our everyday lives, we have plenty of objects, especially in the kitchen: our cupboards are full of utensils and artefacts of all kinds. Today, eating is accompanied by rituals, taking on a new importance in our homes. It has become central and magnified. My intention is to create a new “breakfast” landscape and in this way showcase the banal daily event that is breakfast. It’s a singular meal that requires original, specific objects. Starting with the hand, the first tasting tool, the proportions and gestures result in forms... creating a collection of objects that enhance the ritual, highlight a habit and present the breakfast.