The Karri tree is a type of eucalyptus tree found in Western Australia and is considered sacred by the Aborigines. One of the sacred uses of the tree is the wood is used in the making of the Didgeridoo.
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
The Red Dot Design Award
Awarded for the Karri Taster Spoons
Good Design Award
The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design a Good Design Award to Karri Mirror
Karri’s minimal straight appearance is both confident and innovative. The heavy gauged steel of the forks and spoons give beautiful weight and balance. The standing-up knife blade is sleek, with no traditional bolster from handle into blade. A gorgeous seamless transition from handle in blade. It is very comfortable to hold in the hand and use.
The transition between a vertical blade and a horizontal handle creates the balance for our signature standing knife.
An elongated forkhead permeates an air of sophistication.
Spoon – Asymmetric spoon bowls can be used for sipping, slurping, spooning and shovelling.
Made using a thicker gauge of stainless steel, this range has a reassuring weight to it.
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Karri has a form based around simplicity and sophistication. Clean straight lines are balanced with the soft, oval section of the handle. The knives are designed to stand up on the table and plate, without falling over.