More then 50 pieces from 9 artists have been added to Jouw…!
We wish you a beautiful spring and summertime.
More than 160 pieces have been added to Jouw…!
The new update includes Erica Iman‘s landscape plates, Eva Burton‘s colourful bowls and plates, Jasmin Matzakow’s burnt wood plates, Jessica Hans’ foraged clay plates, Jochen Holz‘s handblown wine glasses, Joo Hyung Park‘s moment plates and spoons, Kun Zhang’s wooden plates, Luke Shalan‘s slab drop plates, Nils Hint‘s 3D cutlery, Stuart Cairns‘ recycled spoons and Tala Yuan‘s calabash bowls and spoons.
We wish you beautiful and wonderful holidays, Merry Christmas and an inspiring start of the new year.
You might have noticed that we started interviewing our featured artist of the month. For the month December we interviewed the South Korean artist Joo Hyung Park about her cutlery and dishware.
Steinbeisser was founded in 2009 by Jouw Wijnsma and Martin Kullik. In 2012 Steinbeisser launched the Experimental Gastronomy initiative, based at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam and active around the world.
The Experimental Gastronomy brings together renowned chefs and artists for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Food and drink ingredients are entirely plant-based (vegan) and sourced from local organic and biodynamic (Demeter) producers. Artists create cutlery and dishware that celebrates experimentation and the search for new ways to enjoy food. The dinners showcase contemporary cuisine at the highest level, uniting design, gastronomy, and nature.
You can take a visual journey through the past happenings on the Steinbeisser journal.
On September 1st 2016 we launched Jouw…!
You might wonder why the name Jouw…? Well, first of all this initiative was created by Jouw Wijnsma and Martin Kullik. But most importantly jouw in Dutch means your, and perhaps one of the unique pieces might become yours!
In 2012 Steinbeisser launched the Experimental Gastronomy initiative that brings together renowned chefs and artists for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Artists create unique cutlery and dishware that celebrates experimentation.
Driven by a search for new ways to enjoy food, these pieces don’t follow the normal rules of usability. Instead, they challenge you to reconsider preconceptions about the relationship between tableware and the user. They can be loved for their thought-provoking function but also for their beauty.
Yet it is not only about beauty, we also believe in sustainability. That’s why all the pieces are crafted only from natural materials, such as wood, calabash, stone, clay and glass. Often sourced locally and using materials that are found, recycled and/or reused. Even the smaller parts of the pieces such as glue, paint and glazing, are organic and biodegradable.
All pieces available on this site are exclusive artist collaborations with Steinbeisser.
Now for the first time these pieces are made available through Jouw…