The project was born in the competition BE Brianza EXPO for design, in which it won the third prize. With this dish I meant to combine the simplicity of the past, where the meals were served in a single dish, with cost-effectiveness. UNIKO in fact unites the various courses in a single dish, thereby decreasing also the production costs. In consideration of this increasingly widespread tendency to return to the traditional product by a new consumer class, UNIKO was thought in porcelain or ceramic, a traditional material, elegant and handcrafted. With UNIKO, then, I also wanted to take a trip through Brianza: from past to present, from culture to geography. This journey starts from the shape of UNIKO that recalls, through curves created starting from the Aurea Section, the nature of the landscape of Brianza, designated by hills, plains and rivers.