Sweet-Kit Chilled desert trolley by Patrick Sarran

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Sweet-Kit

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Chilled desert trolley

INSPIRATION:
Restaurateurs have often asked me to design a dessert trolley. The cart had to be chilled, rather large but not cumbersome, very transparent, with a wide opening, light and handy, and beautiful of course. A trolley from the beginning of the XXth century, signed by Cristofle, had convinced me to look for my own cylinder opening system. After several attempts, I found my solution in August 2016. I had changed my mind. The hood would wrap around the side and not inside.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Pastries need volume and transparency more than any other food. Sweet-Kit is a mobile workstation that enables desserts to be put together in front of diners in the restaurant. The composition of the desserts is showcased under the cylindrical hood - ice cream, pastries, fruit, biscuits, hot and cold sauces, and everything that a pastry chef would need to create their desserts.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Diners eat desserts with their eyes first. Sweet-Kit can be placed in the restaurant right from the start of service and can be replenished at any time. The 360 degrees opening makes it easy to clean.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project got underway in Toulouse in spring 2016. The non-working prototype was presented at the EquipHotel trade fair in November of that year. The first five trolleys were delivered to Rambouillet, London, Belle île en Mer, Marseille and Porto Vecchio in May 2017.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Sweet-Kit use the K range’s base. An wooden hull flanked by two acrylic glass discs supports a Krion board. It is suspended over the feet by four stainless steel supports. It contains cold packs and electronics that manage the injection of chilled air. A moulded PMMA hood, set in two moulded wooden rings, rotates 360 degrees around this hull.The PMMA (poly-methyl-methacrylate) transmits more light as than mineral glass. The convex shape of the hood concentrates the light on the products.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Sweet-Kit overall dimensions W x H x D: 875 x 1250 x 550mm. Structure : solid beech, moulded beech, veneer beech. Krion top with sliding tablet. Super-soft wheels on bearings. Eutectic cold pack. Electric module containing a 12V battery. Finish : polyurethane varnishes and lacquers. Packaging: wrapped in sturdy cardboard and strapped to a pallet.

TAGS:
chariot à dessert, dessert trolley, dessert cart, dessert, pastry, pastry chef, pâtissier, chariot à pâtisseries

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Pastry chefs like to present their products in large, bright and very transparent display cases. Restaurateurs needed dessert carts. I had a little experience with refreshed cheese carts for them. I looked for a product as an extension of my K series. I was convinced that the cylinder opening was the way to go. I looked for a solution based on wood and acrylic glass. After several attempts, I found my solution in August 2016. The hood would roll up around the side and not inside.

CHALLENGE:
I spent several years unsuccessfully seeking a solution. I wanted to design a cylinder trolley but couldn’t manage it. Weary of trying, I gave other models a go. They all drew inspiration to some extent from my cheese trolleys. However, I had trouble with other technical issues. That was until I had the idea of the wood rotating on a PMMA disc. I knew immediately that the idea was promising. However, development was a long and delicate process. Producing a wooden, smooth and reliable sliding ring was difficult and chilling engineering issues proved to be a headache.

ADDED DATE:
2017-02-18 11:13:39

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IMAGE CREDITS:
#1,2,3,4,5 Photographer Patrick Sarran

PATENTS/COPYRIGHTS:
Copyright belong to Patrick Sarran, 2016

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
QUISO SARL

PROFILE:
QUISO is a furniture editor promoting the work of designer Patrick Sarran. The company sells items of furniture direct to the end user. The brand is principally dedicated to restaurant furnishings including trolleys, tables and chairs. The design is sober, based on ease of use, ergonomics, strength and aesthetic appeal. Pieces are manufactured in small-scale production by craftsmen. QUISO is accessible online via the website. The brand is beginning to make a name for itself in the restaurant community not only for the quality of the products but also for its high level of responsiveness, close contacts with clients and efficient after-sales services.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Sweet-Kit Chilled Desert Trolley by Patrick Sarran is a Nominee in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category.

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Sweet-Kit Chilled Desert Trolley by Patrick Sarran is Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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