Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau Nyx Kids Tableware
Nyx Kids Tableware is Bronze Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Award Category.
Nyx Kids Tableware

Collaborative design has limitless frontiers and has been at the source of this project. Nyx Kids tableware is a unique collaboration between a 10 year old boy Elijah Robineau and a talented designer Alex Petunin. As kids we have wonderful dreams but as adults, we have learned to set limits and bounderies for the real world. The playful tableware collection developed under the futuristic brand of YORB DESIGN ( has also got a very unique feature of allowing full custom design. Its user can choose its own pattern, color and shape on line giving it a sense of belonging.

Nyx Kids Tableware
Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau Nyx
Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau Kids Tableware
Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau design
Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau design
Alex Petunin & Elijah Robineau

I am a young ambitious russian architect and product designer. I love my job. Every day in my head burns a lot of interesting design ideas. I like to think about forms and how to create solutions that improves the life. I also love making music which is my hobby. I love futuristic form, bright colors and contemporary production methods. In the design process I use 3d technologies – from begin of creation to the end. Most of the projects are 3d models which can be produced via 3d-printing. The size, material and colour are changeable parameters.

Yorb Design

Founded by Hotelier Patrick Robineau and in collaboration with talented designers such as Alex Petunin, YORB DESIGN creates the future of dining through aesthetic, functionality and uniqueness. We use cutting edge materials, design and technology to stimulate the mind through visual and tactile experiences. We help deliver truly individual culinary presentations setting new standards for creativity and innovation. We reinvent the way we eat and present food today for tomorrow and we pride ourselves to produce in limited production. "Once we rid ourselves of traditional thinking we can get on with creating the future"