The first sets of creative cutlery commissioned by Antwerp's Valerie Objects have arrived from Maarten Baas and Koichi Futatsumata. The design label's Cutlery Project series invited seven designers to interpret and prototype eating tools with the intent to "surprise and delight" the user's different senses. The first to launch
Mickael Boulay - 'Transitions' cutlery that develops motor skills of the hand of persons with reduced mobility. Designed with ergonomics in mind they are safe to use. Additionally, through several steps, gripping cutlery tends to improve.
Kohler Moxie Showerhead + Wireless Speaker Moxie couldn’t be easier to use. Docking securely into place, the magnetic speaker pops in and out of the showerhead for easy recharging of the built-in lithium-ion battery*. A USB cable is included.
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