knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
 

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food

update: knIndustrie will be in paris at the maison et objet fall 2019 edition presenting christmas novelties. find them at hall 3, stand F8. 

 

 

bold, courageous, eco-sustainable and innovative — that is what italian kitchenware brand knIndustrie is all about. encompassing passion for design, quality and attention to detail combined with high technology, the brand positions itself in the forefront of the kitchen revolution. founded in 2011, and maintaining the made in italy tradition, knIndustrie presents a rich collection of versatile and flexible products made with carefully selected raw materials, following an eco-friendly philosophy that gives objects a new key reading.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
the #KNPOT for sautéing and frying

 

 

defined as a kind of silent revolution that is creating new icons in the world of kitchen tools, knIndustrie continues its mission of simplifying life in a stylish and functional way. from the cooking experience and the cooking utensils, to the presentation of food at the table, the company makes sure high design is merged with high technology as well as craftsmanship with industrial processes to achieve the best mix of these worlds.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
hypoallergenic, antioxidant, and no bacteria proliferation

 

 

 

knIndustrie’s latest creations embrace both cookware and tableware, including pieces that work seamlessly for both worlds. take for example the ABCT collection, made up of a series of containers that, depending on the depth and diameter, perform the role of a saucepan, frying pan or pan in the kitchen. magic happens when you unscrew the handles-pliers and turn the wooden lids into underpipes, allowing these same instruments to become deep plates, cups, and salad bowls to serve the dishes.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
ABCT black containers that, depending on the depth and diameter, perform the role of a saucepan, frying pan or pan
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collaborating with well-known designers is another part of the company’s strengths, reverberating with the idea of making cooking and the presentation of food easier and even more enjoyable. for instance, with the glass pot designed by massimo castagna, everything inside of it stays in sight. made of flame-resistant borosilicate glass, ingredients become the protagonists when cooking, revealing a new layer to the culinary art. not in the mood for cooking? don’t worry, this piece can double as a champagne cooler.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
the iconic glass pot made of borosilicate glass designed by massimo castagna

 

 

known for his sustainable approach to projects, italian architect and designer matteo thun is also part of the roaster of creatives working with knIndustrie, developing one of the brand’s most iconic pieces: the reggia cutlery set. the collection — made in stainless steel — features very simple and elegant lines, softly rounded on the handle, ensuring an elegant table setting suitable for refined dinners.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
designed by matteo thun, the regina cuttlery set features very simple and elegant lines, softly rounded on the handle

 

 

knIndustrie knows that to understand the present and to design for the future, it’s necessary to take a glimpse into the past and the result is the posata ‘800 (19th century cutlery). to create it, the company reissued their historical archives and brought back a set from the early 19th century, making it available in stainless steel in a choice of four different finishes: glossy, stone washed, a champagne-colored PVD coated version, and a new ice finish with a sanded effect.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
posata ‘800 in ice finish with sanded effect
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for her projects, designer lara caffi — in charge of knIndustrie’s research and product development —enjoys combining different traditions from around the world. take for example the omelette, a pan characterised by an eye-catching square shape that draws inspiration from the traditional tamagoyaki, a japanese pan used in the preparation of bento and frittata made with beaten eggs. 

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
the omelette is a pan characterized by an eye-catching square shape that comes from the japanese tamagoyaki
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the beyond basic collection is a set of pots and pans that proposes cookware featuring different shapes and materials, designed specifically for the food to be cooked in the best way.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
designed by lara caffi, the sauce pan is the latest addition to the beyond basic collection
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with its array of sleek products, knIndustrie has reimagined traditional kitchen pots and pans into sophisticated and versatile dishware. from wok pans with detachable handles that turn into golden serving bowls to stacked plates that reveal layers of slender trays, knIndustrie’s approach to kitchenware makes the mundane a centerpiece to a new dining experience.

knIndustrie reinvents the culinary experience and the way we present food
StoneWork collection designed by rodolfo dordoni, with platinic silicone lid

 

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