“We have focused on the transition from handle to blade. By making them from one piece of metal, the knives are given a sculptural look. This gives them a no-nonsense, pure and even a somewhat masculine character,” says Piet Boon. The special feature of the four different knives – chef’s knife, carving knife, bread knife and Japanese santoku knife – is that they all have the same length. This is not a coincidence, of course, but a self-imposed requirement to make them fit perfectly in the knife block at the same height. A central magnet ensures that the knives are always stored perfectly vertically. A simple line system makes it easy for the users to distinguish the knives in the block.