Thomas Feichtner’s ‘Cutlery No. 192’ design for Austria’s Jarosinski & Vaugoin employs a clever combination of clear surfaces and radiuses, with a theme of two diametrically intersecting phases lending the cutlery a highly individual character.
In creating design No. 192, Feichtner drew inspiration from the classic methods involved in producing solid silver utensils by hand. “I wanted not simply to provide a design, but also to involve the production process typically used by this manufactory, working together with them to develop something new,” says Feichtner of his concept.
For more than 150 years, Jarosinski & Vaugoin has used a consecutive numbering scheme to name its sets of cutlery, No. 192 is thus the newest of 192 sets. Cutlery No. 192 is part of the 2014 Wien Product Collection and will be debuted at Vienna Design Week 2014.