Samstag, 20. August 2011

Just Some Cutlery

10/11/10


flatware fiesta!

Amboss 7000
1970
Janos Megyik
Amboss

Blauer Hai / Blue Shark
1965
Svend Siune
Georg Jensen

Uni / Unitre
1971
Carla Nencioni and Armando Moleri
Zani & Zani

Ultimo
1974
Peter Raacke
Norsk Stalpress

Galb
1976
Mark Held
Chabanne 


Sillage
1985
Philippe Costard
Chabanne

Xum
1990
Robert Wilhite
Bissell & Wilhite

Old Dutch
1952
Workshop
Sola

Kinderbesteck/ Children's Set 8600/8608
1955
Gunter Kupetz
WMF

Amboss 2060
1957
Carl Auböck lll
Amboss

Fundamentum
1963
Hans Karl Rodenkirchen
Carl Mertens

Der Die Das
1965
Josef Uberall
Amboss

Alitalia
1970
Joe Columbo
Silpa

Culinar
1979
Carl Aubock lll
Collini, Hohenems

Göffel / SPORK!
1988
Bibs Hosak-Robb
Carl Mertens

Estismo ll
1988
Jean-Marie Patois
Jean-Marie Patois

Ergonomica
1989
Angelo Mangiarotti
MEPRA

Filio Party
1990
Ralph Kramer
momo

Hana
1990
Shozo Toyohisa
Nobile Produzione

New Wave
1990
Yamato Nomizu
Yamaco




Das Buch welches dies abhandelt:
European Cutlery Design 1948-2000: The Bauer Design Collection by W.-O. Bauer, 176 pages , Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt; Bilingual edition (March 30, 2008),

Review

The present book shows bold design examples, outstanding products made of high-gloss polished steel, innovative and even provocative cutlery plus classics of modernity Germany, Scandinavia, France and Italy. A comprehensive picture of European design cutlery during the past 50 years is painted by a selection of 130 drafts from the about 1,000 models of the Bauer collection, shown in large-format illustration an accompanied by detailed descriptions and knowledgeable texts on all relevant trends. --MD - International Magazine of Design, 6/2008

From the Publisher

New Wave Table Culture -
Highlights of European Cutlery Design from the Bauer Collection Since the Second World War, stainless steel has been the material of choice for cutlery designers. The culture of the table has enhanced its profile with this new material. Distinguished industrialists such as Hugo Pott, Wilhelm Seibel and Philip Rosenthal have been paramount players in this process.
Hot off the presses, European Cutlery Design 1948-2000 - The Bauer Design Collection showcases fascinating examples of boldly innovative approaches to design, supreme achievements in cutlery of mirror-polished stainless steel. New takes on ergonomic, tactile design that is on occasion provocative are featured alongside modern classics from Germany, Scandinavia, Britain, France and Italy. The stylistic gamut matches developments of the past fifty years, ranging from 1950s streamline form to the New Wave of the years before the century closed.
Reproduced in large formats and accompanied by detailed annotation as well as knowledgeable texts on all major trends, a selection of 130 of the most innovatively designed pieces from the Bauer Design Collection, which comprises some 1000 models, represents a sweeping survey of developments in European designer cutlery.




  • ISBN-10: 389790246X










  • ISBN-13: 978-3897902466








  • After WWII , stainless steel (also known by the abbreviation 18/8) was the working material preferred by cutlery designers. Table culture attained a high profile with this new material. The industrialists Hugo Pott, W. Seibel and Philipp Rosenthal played a paramount role in ensuring that it did. The Bauer Design Collection boasts fascinating examples revealing bold approaches to form, a supreme achievement in high-gloss steel, innovative, tactile cutlery that is also provocative alongside modern design classics. Fifty years of German cutlery design by such luminaries as W. Wagenfeld, C. Pott, W. Karnagel, P. Raacke and T. Wirkkala form the nucleus of the collection. Moreover, it features highlights of European design from Scandinavia, Great Britain, France and Italy. New developments in technology, new materials and processes contributed just as much to the new cutlery culture after 1945 as changes in style, trends and fashions did. Today the Bauer Design Collection comprises more than 1,000 model

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