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Titanium chopstick-style cutelry

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29 Nov 2018
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Titanium chopstick-style cutelry - Paulo Vale -
Paulo Vale

Minimalist titanium cutlery, specially created for the restaurants from the French group “Alain Ducasse”.

Between traditional cutlery and Japanese chopsticks, they are almost jewels.

Paulo Vale’s technique consists of using traditional manufacturing methods to make cutlery and jewellery from solid plates and bars of metal gives the final product a particularly pure finish, in the edges, the outlines and the surfaces.

Inventor before everything, artist, sculptor and product designer born in Oporto, Portugal.

For Vale, the creative process is largely stimulated by hidden challenges such as the high level of technical difficulty required to achieve a design using a particular material; usually the bigger the challenge, the more inspired is this process.

It all started at the age of 24, when entering a contest for the erection of a public monument for the city of Lisbon, winning the first prize, was the grand entrance to the world of art and design.

He works recently for Carven,  Kenzo, Christian Louboutin Céline, Mauboussin...

Designers
Year
2007
Functions
Miscellaneous
Materials
titanium

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Paulo Vale
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29 Nov 2018
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Inventor before everything, artist, sculptor and product designer born in Oporto, Portugal.