The Harlang cutlery, with its welcoming soft shapes and Nordic simplicity, was designed by the internationally awarded architect, professor and Ph.D. at the Academy of Fine Arts' School of Architecture, Christoffer Harlang (b. 1958), in collaboration with fa. Ben Brandt. In his career, Christoffer Harlang has been behind or been involved in a multitude of architectural projects, consultancy, books and articles about architecture and has, among other things, designed houses, furniture - and therefore also cutlery.
Christoffer Harlang was around Henning Larsen's design studio, studies in London and Rome before he established his own design studio, Christoffer Harlang Architects, in 1992. In 2013, he won the international competition for a new visitor center at Hammershus, a building that was completed in 2018, received a wide range of awards, including the leading architecture prize, the Mies ven der Rohe Award, in 2019.
Christoffer Harlang advises private and public companies. He has held a number of positions of trust within his profession, is the author of a number of books and magazine articles about Nordic architecture in particular, and in 2020 he was awarded Nykredit's Honorary Award in Architecture – an award given to a person who has made a special effort in Danish architecture.
The cutlery series consists of a knife, fork, tablespoon and teaspoon. Dishwasher safe.
Measurements: 19.5 cm
Material: 18/8 stainless steel
Colour: Steel grey
Designer: Christoffer Harlang and Bent Brandt
Model: Harlang Fork