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.
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.
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.
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.