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Polygons / measuring spoon


Spoons - how much more intuitive and simpler can they get?

Inspired from the human hand, Polygons is a measuring spoon whose capacity is determined simply upon how it is picked up.
It has 4 potential measurement capacities in its single-piece body.

Made of polypropylene with live hinges, it can flex more than a million cycles.

It's flattening out solves several problems with existing measuring spoons such as cleaning, storage, removal of viscous liquids, price, and it's implementation in other contexts.


National Institute of Design

National Institute of Design
Ahmedabad, India

Rahul Agarwal,
National Institute of Design