Damascus Steel Ebony Steak Knife by John Pawson for When Objects Work

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Damascus Steel Ebony Steak Knife by John Pawson for When Objects Work

The steak knife is the outcome of collaboration with the specialized Japanese knife makers KAI. The seamless assimilation of Pawson's contemporary vision and KAI's age old craftsmanship is reflected in the refinement of the finished object.

9.44"; Damascus Steel blade with Ebony handle.

Handwash only. 
This item generally has a 4-6 week delivery time when not in stock.

John Pawson, OBE is a British architect and designer. Well known for his minimalist aesthetic, his noted architectural works include the Wooden Chapel in Germany and the Abbey of Our Lady of Nový Dvůr in the Czech Republic. Pawson's work is based in form and material, with little ornamentation. The process of reductive design may appear simplistic at first; it is not. Minimalist design is often 'cold' and cumbersome despite the efforts of the designer. A master such as Pawson designs product that exudes a special warmth and beauty in addition to its functionality.

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when objects work is a company based in Belgium, editing and distributing exclusive objects, designed by leading architects & designers whose work shares a preoccupation with simple forms, usefulness and timeless idiom. All objects are made with authentic materials and craftsmanship.

$ 300.00