Kitchenware brand Culinaire is launching 12 products this week, created by Rodd Industrial Design. The consultancy completed the 3D rebrand of the kitchen utensils range to improve the ergonomics of the range. Rodd’s work will introduce design features to improve ease of use and to make the products easier to clean. Products include a twin wheel pizza slicer (above right), a garlic crush, a corkscrew, a safety and swivel peeler (above left), a cheese slice, a lemon zester, and a strawberry huller. Rodd was appointed by Andrew Thornton, head of design and product development at brand owner William Levene, following a competitive creative pitch last September.
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