forbidden cuttlery

The Roman poet Ovid (1957) wrote that “Easy things nobody wants, but what is forbidden is tempting”

Forbidden cutlery was designed as set of cutlery for open call of CZK. It answers the question, what are traditional dining habits and codes that we all obey.

For the time being there is only one piece of set produced. It was designed as tool for eating pasta.

It is made of wood.

There were four secret dinners on two locations. Two were in Maribor and the other two in Vienna as part of Design Week Vienna.

The chef behind the food was Jakob Pintar from Ta Bar in Ljubljana.