1888 | Iron Frying Pan | RÖSLE | 2014 / 2016 

The aim of the design was to optimise traditional cast-iron handles to render them more ergonomically suitable and appropriate to the material. The goal was also to find an independent, archetypal form language. The tapered shape of the handle enables effective control during handling. The large eyelet provides a good and pleasant hold. The side handles of the serving pan were coordinated with the design of the frying pan handle. The body of the frying pan was specified.

Cast iron, steel, enamelled steel. Cooperation partner: Peter Kirchhoff. Photos: Rösle