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Whisk | Stainless steel matt 30cm

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    • Material: 18-8 stainless steel (18% chromium, 8% nickel), matt finish
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    • Material handle: Thermoplastic elastomer
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    • Handle length: 10.2cm
    • Dimensions: Ø8 x 30cm (diameter x length)
    • Hangable
    • Weight: 105g
    • Design: Sori Yanagi
    • Manufacture: Nihon Yoshokki
    • Made in Niigata, Japan
  • SORI YANAGI - Schwingbesen Edelstahl 30cm mattiert | Made in Japan
    Whisk | Stainless steel matt 30cm Sale priceSFr. 39.00


    The whisk by Sori Yanagi has more wires than a normal whisk and can whisk the air more efficiently. The handle is shorter in relation to the overall length so that the wrist is not strained even after hours of use. Meringue and whipped cream can be whipped into a fine and firm foam surprisingly quickly.

    Part of a series that won the Good Design Award in 1998. Made in Niigata, Japan, a region renowned for the quality of its stainless steel and metalwork.



    Sori Yanagi's kitchen product line began in 1974 with an extensive cutlery series and has since expanded to include pots, pans, kettles, strainers, bowls, knives, utensils and cast-iron grills. His design concept is based on simplicity and the incorporation of small ideas that have a big impact on us.
    Yanagi, who is often ranked with legendary masters of industrial design such as Charles & Ray Eames and Arnie Jacobsen, is considered one of Japan's most influential product designers and a pioneer of the post-war industrial design movement in Japan.
    He is considered the father of modern Japanese design. Sori Yanagi is a name synonymous with modern Japanese design. He is best known for the Butterfly Stool (1956) and for designing the official torches for the 1964 Tokyo and 1972 Sapporo Olympic Games. Drawing on his family's history in the Mingei folk art movement and his background in art and architecture, his designs combine ideas of traditional craftsmanship with modern functions and production methods. Yanagi's award-winning kitchen utensils exemplify his ability to translate Japanese forms and sensibilities to the needs and materials of the industrial age, creating tools that look and feel light and organic while being extremely efficient and durable. Yanagi passed away in 2011.

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