Marttiini Cabin Chef fish fork
Marttiini Cabin Chef fish fork
Marttiini Cabin Chef fish fork
Marttiini Cabin Chef fish fork

Cabin Chef fish fork

Marttiini

$47.07 $52.30

Marttiini
Cabin Chef fish fork
$47.07 $52.30



Description

The Cabin Chef fish fillet fork by Marttiini makes it easier to fillet not only by keeping the fish firmly in place, but also by protecting your fingers during the process. In the camping kitchen, the stainless steel fillet fork can also be used as a substitute for a spatula or kitchen tweezers.

The handle of the fish fork is shaped so that it feels comfortable and firm in the hand whatever the grip may be. In addition to the form, the handle’s material was also chosen for its ergonomic properties: thermally modified birch feels warm and pleasant to touch and its matte finish ensures a good grip even in wet conditions. The material is not only durable, but also ages beautifully.

The Cabin Chef fillet fork is part of the eponymous knife collection, designed by Harri Koskinen, that fuses unpretentiously beautiful design with utmost functionality. Created in collaboration with Marttiini and top chef Pekka Terävä, the collection was inspired by the unique charm of Nordic nature: it offers all the knives you could need for handling nature’s gifts in the camping or cabin kitchen as well as when cooking at home. The Cabin Chef knives are made in Finland and come with a traditional natural leather sheath.

Material
Fork: stainless steel (8Cr14MoV). Handle: heat treated birch. Ferrule: stainless steel. Sheath: leather
Colour
Brown
Length
19 cm
Measurement details
Fork: 7.5 cm.
Weight
86 g
Care instructions
Sharpen regularly.

Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen (b. 1970) is a versatile Finnish designer who has studied at the Lahti Institute of Design and at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. His international breakthrough was in 1996 with the Block lamp, which is already considered a Scandinavian design classic and has been part of the MoMA’s permanent collection since 2000.

Koskinen’s creations include a wide range of different products – furniture, tableware, glassware, lighting, watches, textiles and much more – designed for world-renowned brands. Some of his best-known products are the candleholder Lantern and the All Steel pot series designed for Iittala, the K chair for Woodnotes, and a series of active speakers for Genelec.

At the Milan International Furniture Fair 2009, Koskinen presented his own brand Harri Koskinen Works, under which he produces his own furniture range. Koskinen’s design is characterized by functionality and strict aesthetic criteria – he is always looking for innovative solutions for both the consumer and the producer. Since 2012, Koskinen has been the Design Director of Iittala.

Koskinen has received prestigious awards for his works, including the Compasso d’Oro Award 2004 for his Muu chair, the Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize 2009, the Wallpaper Design Award for his Sofabed in 2010, and the Kaj Franck Design Prize 2014.

Read Harri Koskinen's interview >

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