Created by New York designer Karl Zahn, this six-piece set of tools to tackle various snacks and hors d’oeuvres adheres to a minimalist aesthetic, but its form is certainly multifunctional. Influenced by Zahn’s studies in Denmark, the kit is a combination of Scandinavian ingenuity and uberpracticality—each hole, point, and angle serves a purpose. It’s made out of understated yet durable beech wood to complement any tabletop.
How to Use
Scoop features both a solid spoon and one with an integrated draining slot. Stab includes both a two-pronged fork and a single spear. Spread has both an angled and straight spreader. There are six utensils in total.