Mass-produced kitchen accessories are mostly made of plastic, whilst in many places we still find wooden utensils.  50 50  kitchen tools combine the distinctive qualities of both materials: the wood warmth is combined with the PET heat-tolerance and flexibility. Inspired by old assembly systems for tools, they are detachable which facilitates washing and storing.   Made with Joachim Baillif Prototypes Red and white oak, P.E.T
       
     
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 Mass-produced kitchen accessories are mostly made of plastic, whilst in many places we still find wooden utensils.  50 50  kitchen tools combine the distinctive qualities of both materials: the wood warmth is combined with the PET heat-tolerance and flexibility. Inspired by old assembly systems for tools, they are detachable which facilitates washing and storing.   Made with Joachim Baillif Prototypes Red and white oak, P.E.T
       
     

Mass-produced kitchen accessories are mostly made of plastic, whilst in many places we still find wooden utensils. 50 50 kitchen tools combine the distinctive qualities of both materials: the wood warmth is combined with the PET heat-tolerance and flexibility. Inspired by old assembly systems for tools, they are detachable which facilitates washing and storing.

Made with Joachim Baillif
Prototypes
Red and white oak, P.E.T

main cuillere.jpg
       
     
Louche séparé.jpg
       
     
       
     
       
     
main spatule copie.jpg