bloom + take it cookware by pavonidea
bloom + take it cookware by pavonidea bloom + take it cookware by pavonidea
feb 12, 2012
bloom + take it cookware by pavonidea

‘bloom’ by enrico azzimonti for pavonidea

at maison et objet 2012, italian designer enrico azzimonti presented ‘bloom’ and ‘take it’, cookware and kitchen tool products
developed for italian brand pavonidea.

the line of cookware can be combined to create different volumetric forms

is a line of pans made of LCP technopolymer, a material which coupled
with an outer coating made of platinic silicone
can resist high
temperatures. the pans have been conceived to be used individually, but
can also be used together
to create different volumetric forms: pans,
cake tins, cocottes… the versatility of ‘bloom’ makes it possible to
cook foods
in a traditional and ventilated oven or microwave, as well as
functioning well to preserve meals both in the fridge and in the
they have a reduced weight and resist to thermal shock, are
non-stick and permit to save energy, if compared to metal pans.

‘bloom’ is made from LCP technopolymer coupled
with an outer coating made of platinic silicone, making it resistant high

‘take it’
by enrico azzimonti for pavonidea

it’ is a line of cooking tools whose handles have been conceived and
manufactured to propose new ways of handling your cuisine.
the table spoon,
carving fork, perforated spoon and palette knife can be used for
draining, grasping, moving serving
and turning food during the
preparation, cooking and serving phase. the tools are made of polyamide,
which resists high tempratures
and permits the use during the cooking
phase, directly inside pots and pans.

combination of ‘take it’ tools


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