Architectural Baking Stamps by Way of Studiolav by

Issue 66 · Cult of the Kitchen · April 3, 2013

Architectural Baking Stamps by Way of Studiolav

Issue 66 · Cult of the Kitchen · April 3, 2013

What happens when two designers integrate textile patterns into the bakery?

Loukas Angelou and Vasso Asfi are the creative minds behind London-based design collaborative Studiolav. They recently designed a two-piece set of kitchen stamps for the creation of artful baked goods. The idea was initiated by the Skoufa Gallery of Athens, Greece, who asked designers to re-imagine the meaning of "folklore" using olive tree wood as the main material. To learn more, visit Studiolav.

Photographs by Predrag Pajdic for Studiolav.

Designer Baking Series by Studiolav, Remodelista

Above: The stamps are made from solid olive wood.

Designer Baking Series by Studiolav, Remodelista

Above: Reliefs of iconic fabric patterns, including Pied de Poule (houndstooth) and Tweed Herringbone, are embossed onto the base of the wooden stamps.

Designer Baking Series by Studiolav, Remodelista

Above: A hole at the top of the pyramid is useful for gripping purposes.

Designer Baking Series by Studiolav, Remodelista

N.B.: I don't know about you, but this post has us thinking about coffee and pastries. Here are 196 Cafe posts in case you have a sweet tooth to please.



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