The bare bones of cutlery design is something that has been around for many thousands of years (take a look at our brief history of cutlery here), but designing instruments, rather than utensils that have been thoughtfully created to enhance a meal, not just accompany it, is an innovative step that we here at Studio William are proud to say we have made. Apart from the unique, elegant form of our ranges, it is also our fascination with sensory and creative dining is something that really sets us apart. We consider every aspect of the dining experience and ensure we do our bit to make a meal as memorable as it should be. Cutlery like this is an essential piece of the culinary puzzle, whether you’re a professional chef wanting to add those all-important finishing touches to your restaurant or a homeowner who always likes to get the most out of their food.
But while our designs are undeniably contemporary and our consideration for sensory dining, walking in step with the revolutionary findings of Professor Charles Spence, is a foray like no other into the future of food, much of our inspiration actually comes from the past – the tried, tested and true cutlery designs that have served us so well generation after generation, but with a modern Studio William twist.