The silhouette of the spoon, fork and knife are warped and crooked, to recall prehistoric flint implements. It’s difficult to make the pieces’ rough, nonstandard forms by machine, so the firm had to rely on its artisans’ sensibility, skill and handwork. The pieces’ thickness and weight recalls stone, too, and we flattened the pieces’ backs to further make the connection with cutlery carved from lumps of stone, pressing the metal sheets seven times, rather than the usual one. We sandblasted the concave areas of the surface for a matte finish and polished the rest to a mirror-like smoothness and shine, so that the pieces feel carved out of the metal.
i'm totally fall in love with the chopsticks designs
also working with nendo.jp creating the amazing structure on tokyo midtown :