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Spaghet / Kitchenware


The iconic shape of spaghetti scoop as it has evolved currently is missing one vital feature: The connection to the cooking process. In Spaghet, intelligent evolution has enabled the spaghetti server itself to measure the correct amount of pasta for you to cook. The draining hole has adapted to be the perfect size for one portion of spaghetti, and the base of the scoop has flattened to allow you to measure the spaghetti straight from the packet. The separation of the front prongs from the back prongs transforms the natural action of resting Spaghet on the edge of the saucepan into an active design feature. Make the “classic” innovative!


Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
Industrial Design Engineering
London, United Kingdom

Ashley Hall, Tom Barker


Chiyu Chen

Chiyu Chen
London, United Kingdom

Chiyu Chen, Cecile Dartiguenave, Philippa Mothersill