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GUIDE / Knife and fork, cutlery


This project consists in a knife and a fork for children from four to eight years old.
This set was designed to help or guide fine motor disabled children. It's morphology allows them to learn where to put the fingers easily, because of its simplicity and clarity.
It also helps to secure their hands ir order to have a good and comfortable grip.
The main advantage of this design is that reinforces the independence and self confidence of these kids, since they need minimal assistance to manipulate them.
It encourages the fine motor skills and at the same time avoids the hands to touch the food.



Buenos Aires, Argentina



Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ezequiel Kartun Industrial Design student Universidad de Buenos Aires