Mesü is a line of beautifully designed products that allow people to measure and serve food in healthy portions.
Mesü was born in November 2003 and had been celebrated by the design community since inception. Mesü garnered enormous press including features in publications such as ID, Step, How, Real Simple, Women’s Health, and Self to name a few. Additionally, Mesü had been featured on television segments including HGTV’s I Want That!, NBC’s Extra: What’s Hot, what’s new? And The Today Show with Katie Couric. Mesü successfully sold through retail channels such as QVC and Target.com and was also selected by the design committee to be featured in the collection in the Museum of Modern Art’s Design Store. Mesü won Best Design in the Tabletop category from The International Housewares Association in 2005 as well as the award for Best Information Design from The American Institute of Graphic Arts in 2004. Finally in 2005, Mesü was featured on MSNBC’s The Big Idea, with Donny Deutsch.
Mesü is currently out of production and available for license.