Competition: win a pair of Muller Van Severen-designed homeware accessories

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Dezeen has teamed up with Antwerp-based label valerie_objects to give readers the chance to win one of three pairs of kitchen accessories, designed by Belgian duo Muller Van Severen.

Competition: win homeware accessories designed by Muller Van Severen

Dezeen has teamed up with Antwerp-based design label Valerie Objects to give away three sets of accessories by Belgian design duo Muller Van Severen, including a stack of colourful food-serving platters and a sculptural trivet.

Dezeen has teamed up with Antwerp-based label valerie_objects to give readers the chance to win one of three pairs of kitchen accessories, designed by Belgian duo Muller Van Severen.
Muller Van Severen designed the Five Circles for carrying and serving food

Three readers will each win both the Five Circles platters and Trivet, both of which were launched by Muller Van Severen and Valerie Objects earlier this month, ahead of the holiday season.

The colourful Five Circles are a series of colourful disks that can be used for carrying and serving food.

Three are made of polyethylene plastic and two are marble – designers Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen describe these as their two favourite materials.

Each measures 21 centimetres in diameter and two centimetres thick.

Dezeen has teamed up with Antwerp-based label valerie_objects to give readers the chance to win one of three pairs of kitchen accessories, designed by Belgian duo Muller Van Severen.
Three of the discs are made of colourful polyethylene plastic, and two are marble

When stacked together, the disks form a colourful sculpture on the dinner table.

"Let's not hide the objects we use, let them be part of the interior," said the designers.

The Trivet is made up of a variety of geometric shapes, in assorted sizes and colours. When hung up, the assortment of shapes creates an angular wall piece.

To test that the trivet could protect a table from heat, the designers said they placed it on a polyethylene surface – a plastic that can't withstand heat – and set a "pan full of sizzling hot sausages" on top.

The Trivet comprises a variety of geometric shapes in assorted sizes

Muller Van Severen are best known for furniture collections including Future Primitives. The duo has previously worked with Valerie Objects to create a furniture and lighting for a luxury apartment in the heart of Antwerp.

The designers recently showcase the entire contents of their home for an exhibition at Design Miami.

Three winners will each receive a set of Five Circles, in the Set E colours, and a Trivet in black. Both are also available to purchase from Valerie Objects.