jonas wagell: steel works
‘steel works’ by swedish designer jonas wagell is an investigative project on the tactility and details of cutlery. for the project he has imagined three imaginary settings which constitute the case study ‘steel works’ resulting in the prototype cutlery sets: bistro, bold and basic.
‘basic’ takes on a uncomplicated, more square approach in the design of its handle.
‘bold’ reveals a rounder design that is fuller in its shape.
the most classic of the three case studies, ‘bistro’ has an elegant, contemporary feel.
from left to right: ‘bold’, ‘bistro’, ‘basic’
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