About the DesignersJan Egeberg
Denmark (1958 - )
Jan Egeberg was born in Elsinore in 1958. Egeberg trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, specializing in industrial design in 1988. As a designer, he has worked with, among others, David Lewis, who is famous for designing Bang and Olufsen’s products. Today, he works on furniture design and product development. Egeberg previously created outdoor thermometers for MOMA Design Store New York and, in 1999, was awarded both the Formland Prize and the Design Plus Prize. Egeberg and Morten Thing both graduated from the Royal academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, 1989. Since then, the two artisans have worked together and received numerous prizes for their excellent product development and designs.Morten Thing
For centuries, cutlery has been made by separate pieces. Acrobat belongs to a new wave of design which tastefully unites the cutlery. This line has softly sweeping curves which inspire the imagination and encourage surprising variations.
- Fashioned from 18/8 stainless steel
- Dishwasher safe
- Length: 6.7”
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