Beautiful tools

Studio Droog used 3D printing to create a beautiful and delicate tableware collection.

With striking patterns and unusual shapes, Studio Droog has transformed everyday eating utensils into elegant and sophisticated objects.

Dutch design Studio Droog, co-founded by Renny Ramakers, recently set out to rethink everyday objects that are often taken for granted. The result came in the form of a beautiful and delicate tableware collection.

Using the trendy and new-age technique of 3D printing, the studio’s tableware collection titled Forgotten Tools comprises a salt scoop, fruit spoon, butter trowel, knives, forks and a variety of spoons.

Each piece is 3D printed using titanium and can be used as functional or display objects. 

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