Edged Cutlery, by Maximilian Löw, is certainly luxury. The choice of material is a controversial one, making manufacturing very different from regular cutlery.
Due to this confrontation a conventional object of daily use gets its own individual character and gives awareness for daily objects. Is there a possibility to combine soft curves of classic cutlery with sharp, rigorous edges?
As the eating comfort should not suffer under this arrangement, the challenge was to combine the aesthetics with a pleasant usability. This required a large amount of ergonomic models and self – experiments. After evaluation and adjustment of the models the pieces were cast in bronze. Of course, different manufacturing methods and materials are conceivable for the real production and commercial viability.