Salad Servers by John Pawson for When Objects Work

Designed by John Pawson. Salad servers designed by British Architect John Pawson. Their beauty lies in their subtlety and practicality. Their design draws on a number of archetypes, including simple paddles and traditional Japanese  moji rice spoons.

These salad servers are part of a collection of objects produced by 'When Objects Work'. The Belgian company led by director Beatrice de Lafontaine produces and distributes exclusive objects designed by leading designers and architects whose work shares a preoccupation with simple forms, immaculate function and a timeless idiom.

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Materials
Oiled Ebony - sourced from a carefully sourced supply of vintage offcuts.
Solid Ash

Dimensions
Length 30cm

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