Jakob Wagner is one of Scandinavia's foremost designers at present, and he is one of only a handful to have exhibited at some of the biggest museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York with the Propeller Trivet from Menu. Jakob is motivated by his love of meaningful shapes. He works at the balancing point between contrasting visual expressions: Masculine/feminine, organic/geometric, symmetric/asymmetric etc. “It brings the object to life, challenges our senses and appeals to our feelings,” he says – and it is this very approach that makes him so enjoyable to work with for us at Menu.Torben Rasmussen (1954 - )
Torben Rasmussen was born in 1954. Educated as a carpenter - graduated with a silver medal in 1974. Constructing Architect at the Copenhagen Polytech in 1981 and Architect/Interior Designer at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in 1987. Since 1987 Torben Rasmussen has been working as a free-lance designer for Royal Copenhagen, Georg Jensen, Stelton and others. He has received the Formland Prize in 1989 and again in 1998. The Braun Prize in 1989. The Design Plus prize in 1990 and has won a silver medal in the Nordic Design Competition in 1990.
|Item: Corkscrew; Wine pourer; Bar tool sets||Finish: Black|
|Material: Stainless Steel; Plastic|
Questions & Answers
Menu 2 Piece Menu Wine Vignon Set
Super easy to use
Stephen from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
The corkscrew is super simple to use. I've only used it a couple of times so far, but the cork pops right out without much effort. And honestly I can't tell much difference in the wine when using the decanting part, but if nothing else, it's certainly better for pouring.