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Everest / Cutlery

Everest
Everest

Discipline: Product

Discipline: Product

Creating a difference with its modern lines and ambitious design, Everest takes its name from the highest point on the earth, Mount Everest. The remarkable triangular component of the design gradually gets thinner to form a summit in the end. The formal neatness and calmness achieved is thought to ensure an even more striking and ambitious design, contrary to the ordinary point of view. Since a summit like Everest normally casts an equally significant shadow, the tapering body of the forks and spoons symbolizes mystery and secrets hidden in the dark. Everest; for elegant tables full of surprises and mystery.

  • ASSESMENT CRITERIA Aesthetics / Design Quality, Execution / Material Selection, Usability / Ergonomics

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia, Europe, Further localization:: turkey

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2016

Client / Manufacturer

Karaca

Karaca
Istanbul, Turkey

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Design

Karaca

Karaca
Istanbul, Turkey

Ahmet Toplu

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