A chair made of bent metal pipe with a wooden seat. Partial milling of the pipe wall at the chair's bend points simultaneously helps in the creation of a neat bend as well as introducing a novel design feature.
A stainless steel extruded profile is milled to produce a fork, knife, spoon and teaspoon. Inspired by the styling of a fork, the extruded profile gives the cutlery set a technical yet elegant feel.
A modern interpretation of the classical pocket watch.
Zvulun is a small garbage bin placed on the kitchen worktop. Made of concrete, a polypropylene cone and old newspapers, it is intended for waste produced while cooking. Cooking can be an act of great passion and creativity which incorporates many small intuitive gestures. The accessible bin, inspired by food served in paper cones, is a practical addition and is designed to create a better cooking experience.
Baladi is a collection of tableware, including trays, cutlery and cups, based on extrusion technology. Inspired by local Mediterranean culture, the collection is based on the act of sharing food, which creates intimacy, equality, thoughtfulness and physical proximity. This cooperative principle is echoed in the use of extrusion, a simple and cheap technology, creating long units, which are then cut into pieces. The unique forms result from innovative use of this common technology.
The burned stools are the product of research into the behaviour and aesthetics of fire. By controlling the fire’s path via strategic cuts and its oxygen supply, a normally uncontrolled element is tamed to create three- and four-legged stools.
An adapted version of the Baladi collection designed and manufactured for Sergio Herman's new restaurant The Jane, located in an old cathedral in Antwerp, Belgium.
Extruded clay tubes are squashed and cut to make cups. The structure of the cup holds the memory of the original tube from which it was produced.