The cutlery “skeleton” has been reduced to the absolute minimum, limiting the amount of material used whilst still retaining its functionality, left remaining is the outline of the cutlery like the image of a skeleton reflected in an X-ray.
It can be hooked and stored in various places in the kitchen and the teaspoon can be hooked onto the rim of the cup.
There are four items, a spoon, fork, knife, and teaspoon, the set also has a dedicated stand and wall hook to display the set.
The cutlery is also available with a black PVD coating.
stainless steel 18/10
black PVD coating
dishwasher and horeca proof
Nendo is the alias of Japanese designer Oki Sato (1977). From 2002 on, he has grown into being one of the most famous designers of the world today. He won countless awards from magazines and institutions such as Dezeen, Wallpaper and Maison & Objet and his work has been collected by Museum of Modern Art (New York), Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris), Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and many others. Sato is known to work at four hundred projects at the same time and creates poetic minimalist objects with a humorous twist, often consisting of nothing more than the contours. ‘I see outlines everywhere’.
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