The Stockholm cutlery collection combines matte-polished steel with drop-shaped black handles. To achieve the right volume, balance and weight, designer Jesper Ståhl has used hot-forged stainless steel and solid thermoplastic. Awarded with Elle Decoration Design Award.
The cutlery is packed in sets of 2 pcs.
Product Care Dishwasher safe.
Jesper Ståhl is a Swedish freelance designer with a Master’s in design from the Royal College of Art in London His broad portfolio includes everything from tools and cutlery to furniture and lighting He has received lots of awards and recognition, both nationally and internationally Jesper is passionate about creating products that are poised between limitations and the user experience, that aim to highlight a personality and an expression — through collaboration, innovation and creativity His work has a clear Scandinavian simplicity, often with a personal touch and a creative construction These are designs that tell a story
“Designing a collection of cutlery and kitchen tools is the ultimate design project. It involves the functional aspects of ergonomics and production, to find the right balance and weight. But also artistic expression — strong visual, emotional and tactile qualities. It’s a collection of everyday jewellery.”
Jesper has designed pair of melamine salad servers with a slightly twisted handle so that it readily fits the hand in use. The matte black salad servers matches his collection of cutlery and kitchen knives.
Few domestic tools are as intimate and as important to us as those connected with eating, cooking and serving. Details like volume, balance and weight — the tactile characteristics of the material and the way in which the tools lie in the hand — all contribute to the total impression of the meal.