Kitchen Utensils by Aurélien Barbry

Posted on March 13th, 2014 by

Kitchen Utensils is a minimalist design created by Denmark-based designer Aurélien Barbry. Inspired by Nordic cuisine, the collection merges sculptural shapes and functional design. With Aurélien Barbry’s new collection of beautiful kitchen utensils, comprising quality kitchen knives and beautiful crafted oak pieces, Living Georg Jensen celebrates Nordic cuisine and inspires modern cooking in the home. (3)

Name: Kitchen Utensils

Designer: Aurélien Barbry

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Year: 2014

Kitchen Utensils is a minimalist design created by Denmark-based designer Aurélien Barbry. Inspired by Nordic cuisine, the collection merges sculptural shapes and functional design. With Aurélien Barbry’s new collection of beautiful kitchen utensils, comprising quality kitchen knives and beautiful crafted oak pieces, Living Georg Jensen celebrates Nordic cuisine and inspires modern cooking in the home.

Over the past decade, with the success of the Noma restaurant, Denmark has seen the rise of a unique and ground-breaking cuisine, known as New Nordic Cuisine. Like the masterful Georg Jensen himself, Danish chefs are globally renowned for an outstanding level of aesthetics and dedication to quality, craftsmanship and refinement that reflect the Danish way of life.

The Barbry collection comprises three high-quality knives in individual, beautiful oak holders as well as a strikingly sculptured oak tray and cutting board, a spoon and spatula set and a sleek pair of salt and pepper shakers that accentuate the marriage of Barbry and Living Georg Jensen designs and create rejuvenated inspiration for the daily practice of contemporary cooking in the home.

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