December 26, 2012
Nesting Knives — Episode 2: Fibonacci in the kitchen space
I thought they looked familiar when I espied them last night in Wired's December 2012 issue wherein was written,
"For chefs with a head for math, these four knives — paring, utility, chef, and fillet — nest together in a design based on the Fibonacci sequence, starting with the width of the average human hand. The set won the European Cutlery Design Award."
Sure enough, turns out I featured them on July 16, 2010.
Designed by Brussels-based Mia Schmallenbach and made in France by Déglon.
$749.25 for the set.
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Lord save us from artists playing with tools!
This is very pretty, but function has been grossly compromised.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Dec 27, 2012 2:09:26 PM
If they feel/handle as well as they look,
truly fusional awesomeness.
Posted by: joepeach | Dec 26, 2012 6:09:24 PM
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