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Partitioned Utensil Pot - Joseph Joseph 2011

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Joseph Joseph asked Studio17 to apply its ethos of functional innovation to a utensil pot,…

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Joseph Joseph asked Studio17 to apply its ethos of functional innovation to a utensil pot, providing usable improvements on a common household item.

The vast variety of utensil shapes and sizes can create problems when storing these items in a shared space. Smaller items can fall below the rim, and overcrowding can lead to items getting wedged, crossed and tangled.

The resulting design has an angled top, to allow easy access to smaller items at the front, and the stability of larger items towards the rear. Each segment prevents utensils from becoming tangled together, and accidentally removing several items at once.

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Joseph Joseph asked Studio17 to apply its ethos of functional innovation to a utensil pot, providing usable improvements on a common household item.

The vast variety of utensil shapes and sizes can create problems when storing these items in a shared space. Smaller items can fall below the rim, and overcrowding can lead to items getting wedged, crossed and tangled.

The resulting design has an angled top, to allow easy access to smaller items at the front, and the stability of larger items towards the rear. Each segment prevents utensils from becoming tangled together, and accidentally removing several items at once.

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The removable central dividers serve to keep the utensils upright and spaced evenly. It enforces discipline in replacing tools into available spaces, so they are easier to remove again when needed.

This solution takes up less space as the contents don’t lean outwards, making for a neater appearance when loaded.

Sold globally in 2 colour combinations.

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