After graduating with a degree in architecture in Florence, Gian Franco Gasparini taught industrial design at ISIA in Florence. He founded and directed, for twelve years, the Università del Progetto, a school for design and communication located in Reggio Emilia, and he has directed design and communications projects for major internationally-famous companies. In 2002 Anna and Gian Franco Gasparini founded the Architettura della Comunicazione company, which works in the area of design and on the communication processes associated with it. Their most recent projects are the Langhe Museum in Grinzane Cavour castle, the coordinated image project for the network of Cariparma/Crèdit Agricole bank branches, and consultancy for a number of major companies.
The tastes and aromas of cheeses change from the outer layer of the entire cheese to the centre. To taste the cheese in all the variants of flavour that it contains, it needs to be cut into portions that enclose all its nuances. The right kind of blade must be used for each level of hardness of rind and texture.
Gasparini Anna and Gian Franco
- Anna and Gian Franco Gasparini collection
- Ideal for serving semi-soft and soft-ripened cheeses
- Asymmetric shape allows easy serving of pieces of different sizes
- Can be used as cheese-cutter as well as a serving palette
- Inside of the handle is hollow for better balance and manageability
- Made from 18/10 stainless steel with mirror polished finish
- Dimensions: 10" L
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|La Via Lattea Spreader for Soft Cheeses in Mirror Polished by Anna and Gian Franco Gasparini
|Product Category:||Flatware Serving Pieces|
|Suggested Use:||Residential Cutlery|
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