The wonderfully minimalist Leis kitchen utensil set consists of a fork, spoon and spatula developed by Slovenian studio Gigodesign, who also designed the packaging, for the manufacturing company Rimarket. Leis is a revival of the Slovenian wooden kitchen accessories, also referred to as suha roba. The result is beautifully designed and elegant pieces made by hand with local Slovenian beechwood, remaining absolutely contemporary at the same time, with an integrated magnet for fixing to any metallic surface.
Have a great minimalist diner with this minimalist cutlery set from the well-known Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen. This simple in form set was created in 1957 and is more contemporary-looking than ever. The simple lines harmonise beautifully with the finish of the craftsmanship. Each piece fits naturally in the hand inviting its user to enjoy freedom and ease in movement. Arne Jacobsen’s set has been termed the ‘no-nonsense cutlery’, and its classic style attracts new supporters even in the new millennium. The set is produced in matte-finish stainless steel and includes a dinner fork, a dinner knife, a salad fork, a desert spoon and a child’s/tea spoon.