New and old unite in the Monstera project; merging traditional crafting techniques with cutting edge 3D-print technology.
The starting point for this collaboration was a trip to the Theodor Olsen Sølvvareverksted archives, stored deep underneath one of Bergen’s seven infamous mountains. It was here Lars Beller Fjetland uncovered sketches of an asymmetric serving cutlery from the late fifties that never made it into production. He was commissioned by Theodor Olsen to rework the idea, bringing it into the 20th century. A challenge he happily accepted.
Protoypes are hand forged by master craftsman Bjørn Steffen Thorsen at Theodor Olsen in Bergen.
To be displayed as a part of the Structure exhibition during Salone 2016
Photo by: Sjur Pollen