Breathing New Life Into a 100-Year-Old Utensil

Breathing New Life Into a 100-Year-Old Utensil
Design

Map has redesigned the Tritensil: a combined knife, spoon and fork that was originally used during WWI

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 august 2015

Creative consultancy Map has worked with the London department store Fortnum & Mason to reinvent the combination knife, spoon and fork. The upmarket store is credited with inventing the Tritensil, as it was first shown in their 1914 Christmas catalogue for army officers.

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