Edged Cutlery by Maximilian Löw
by Ted Savage / January 20, 2013
Classic cutlery forms, updated via 3D modeling and CNC prototyping, give rise to Edged Cutlery by Maximilian Löw: sensuous and ergonomic, highly polished, cast in bronze.


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"The concept of this cutlery set was to combine the elegant, soft curves of classic cutlery with sharp, rigorous edges." says Löw.

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"This design criterion is found throughout the entire series. To experience the ergonomic characteristics, for each set a 3D model was created, so that different variations could be built by using CNC technology."

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"After evaluation and adjustment of the CNC models proved the ergonomic and aesthetic requirements were met, the pieces were cast in bronze."

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"The result is a high polished bronze cast cutlery, which can now provide more information on haptic qualities. Of course, other materials would also be imaginable."

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