About the Designer
Germany (1962 - )
With unconventional ideas such as the “stone age", Michael Schneider keeps surprising the design scene with his flatware Mono Tools. Born in 1962 in Geislingen, he completed his studies in product design at the Art Academy in Stuttgart. After working at a design studio in Stuttgart, he established his own business in Cologne. In addition to flatware he designs a myriad of products, such as furniture, bathroom accessories and medical apparatuses.
Mono tools, can certainly call it itself the "original pattern", and is dedicated to the Neanderthal whose remains were found very close to the mono factory in Mettmann, Germany. Tools used by cavemen, the hand axe inspired the knife, the elongated fork is reminiscent of early skewing tools, and the spoon recalls a cupping hand. This is how eating becomes a primal experience.
- Part of the Mono Tools collection
- Material: Stainless Steel, Chrome Nickel
- Dishwasher safe