Collections of handles This could look amazing, collect different sizes, shapes and patterns to create an interesting composition. Root in charity shops, car boots and your drawers at home.

Collections of handles This could look amazing, collect different sizes, shapes and patterns to create an interesting composition. Root in charity shops, car boots and your drawers at home.

Design for the ‘copper and the home 2012’ contest. Recycled copper and cement. Designed by Albert Marin & Roser Quer. via http://canawan...

Design for the ‘copper and the home 2012’ contest. Recycled copper and cement. Designed by Albert Marin & Roser Quer. via http://canawan...

Wood cutlery might not be dishwasher safe but the warmth and refined aesthetic are worth the hand wash! Read more at Yanko Design

Wood cutlery might not be dishwasher safe but the warmth and refined aesthetic are worth the hand wash! Read more at Yanko Design

Vintage Air France cutlery designed for use on the Concorde. The design was said to be so popular that people regularly stole them.

Vintage Air France cutlery designed for use on the Concorde. The design was said to be so popular that people regularly stole them.

Vegetable cutlery designs that look real enough to eat // environmentally-friendly, but still disposable... but almost too pretty to throw away really! #productdesign

Vegetable cutlery designs that look real enough to eat // environmentally-friendly, but still disposable... but almost too pretty to throw away really! #productdesign

Mono-tools 'zeug' flatware and cutlery was designed by Michael Schneider for mono. Inspired by the tools that Neanderthal man probabaly once used, and made of 18/10 stainless steel. If you look closely, the seemingly obscure design comes into sharp focus. try this - imagine the knife as an ax, the fork as a skewing tool, the spoon as a cupping hand, and now you begin to get a sense of what 'zeug' is about.

Mono-tools 'zeug' flatware and cutlery was designed by Michael Schneider for mono. Inspired by the tools that Neanderthal man probabaly once used, and made of 18/10 stainless steel. If you look closely, the seemingly obscure design comes into sharp focus. try this - imagine the knife as an ax, the fork as a skewing tool, the spoon as a cupping hand, and now you begin to get a sense of what 'zeug' is about.

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