Edge Cutlery by Quentin de Coster

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“Designed with only one edge, these cutlery are hot stamped which makes it possible
to remove the slice present in the cold working. This shape simplification facilitates the perception of knife, fork and spoon. Each piece is defined by an archetypal silhouette where material is added behind to build its volume. Thus, the EDGE flatware are visually separated from the table and just show the image they leave in our collective memory.” Photos: © Julien Hayard. quentindecoster.com

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  • Reply October 16, 2013

    Coline

    Beautiful simplicity. I love this kind of product !

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