Eat From Bamboo Cutlery, Designed With Simplicity (Video)
Jun 21, 2012 12:46
Here's taking a look at designer Makoto Koizumi's bamboo Minotake cutlery set. It's got an organic flowing curve about it. His kitchen ware, including plates and cutler are all made from bamboo, because the material is both strong and lightweight.
The pieces are downright gorgeous, with graceful curves and makes it hard to tell which one is the spoon exactly? And there are four pieces in the collection altogether, including two spoons and two spatula designs, ranging in price from $13 to $18. [Baum-Kuchen via Tasteologie]
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