in a world where everything is immediate and disposable, we're highlighting a thoughtful collection of elevated kitchen & tabletop goods to treasure. intent on making the everyday a masterpiece.
to celebrate the art of the table.
highlighting and curating artists we truly admire. with a focus on quality craftsmanship and simple, functional design.
cedro is inspired by the cedar table in my grandmother's home. the handcrafted planks are now stained and dented from years of gathering around it, growing more beautiful with time.
each Pallarès knife is hand-fashioned from high-quality carbon steel, and set with a boxwood handle. it's a forever piece made by a third-generation blade smith in the small town of solsona, spain, not far from barcelona. each piece is hand-stamped. carbon steel is harder than stainless steel and will hold its edge longer before needing to be sharpened.
miguel flores soeiro
portuguese designer miguel flores soeiro has shaped items in this his design by twisting the stainless steel pieces where the handle meets the functional end. the handles are bent at 90 degrees to the heads of each utensil so the flat sections are positioned upright when the cutlery is laid flat.
mleko means milk: a natural product for daily use. everyday life and home are what they focus on at mleko living. their recipe for simpler and more mindful life is to possess fewer things and carefully choose the ones we really need. by choosing essential over excessive and natural over artificial they make home a better place to live. their architectural background makes them sensitive to materiality and structure of things. they value familiar shapes, natural materials, and moderation.