Buter Knife


Produced by Florentine Knife
The Table Knife Project

This project starts discovering the Scotch Hand tool. This was used as butter churned, pressing the butter against the side of the butter tub so that any excess buttermilk liquid forming in the fat pockets of the butter, would be forced out to stiffen the consistency of the butter.
The wood tool has several carved lines all over the surface. These useful ones are used on the knife to generate a special way to spread butter. The butter knife is made in brass, a high corrosion resistance material. Also comes with a Iroko wood pad to put the butter. Both pieces are carved by a cnc machine and polished by hand.

Pictures 1-4 Marc Bordons
Pictures 5-6: Gymnasium


menstrual cup


Produced by Delica
ADI Awards 2009: Selectection
Winner of: Le Découvertes ELLE DECO. Maison Objet 2008. París

Collection of three racks and drainers. One for dishes, other for bottles and last for dishes and mugs.


measuring cup


OPOS Gallery, Fiera Mobile Milano, 2006 

Can Chaos be measured?
It may be as simple as dividing it into small and understandable fractions. Does accuracy have a determined and set geometry?
Why not create a measuring device with irregular forms?
“Exact” is a tool of precision to measure liquids in the kitchen, and that is not bound to any exact shapes or forms.
It is in fact, an exact De-formation.

Picasso - Big Draw



OPOS Gallery, Fiera Mobile Milano, 2006 

Big Draw is an international party around the drawing.

The point was to put all people at the same level for realize a draw. Generate a mask for face that don't allow see what you are drawing and only put attention on the object and how your hand moves.
Several scenarios (an atelier, a desk room and kitchen) for learn the shapes of classic design objects. .

Paros Alabaster


Designed with Josep Novell

Produced by Almaligh
ADI Awards 2020: Selection

PAROS ALABASTER is a collection of light fixtures developed from the old PAROS collection of marble, made of another noble material with the same mineral spirit: alabaster.

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