In times gone by, stone was a valued mainstay in the kitchen. Now Céline Gabathuler once again opens our eyes to its merits. The shape of her stone Knife Sharpener ensures that you hold the knife at the right angle during sharpening. Working with a whetstone also brings us back in touch with raw materials, which are increasingly rare in modern domestic spaces. Further impressed by the physical properties of stone, Céline went on to create a limestone hot stone, a marble cooler and a natural mineral water filter of Valser Quartzite. Each piece presents stone as a precious and everlasting resource.
Photo by Femke Rijerman