MOS, a cutlery to eat good

MOS is a final project of product design of the former student of ESDi and nowadays product designer Albert Gil. He propose with this project rethink cutlery as we have seen that so far. A critical eye to the functionality.more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-08
The traditional cutlery is a tool that helps us to eat more handy, fast and clean. But Albert Gil see that all of us are eating too much fast. Transforming an essential habit like eating on an efficient process, making it more fast as its possible. Although the tempo of this habit should dict by the own digestive system.more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-09

MOS, a cutlery that makes a critical eye to the functionality and the way we eat.


MOS wants to found the pont of balance between the speed of eating and the speed of the proccess of metabolize the food. Getting the optimal speed for have a good digestion.more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-14To achieve the user eats more slow, MOS propose a kinge, a spoon and a fork, a little bit unusual.more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-13 This cutlery pretends focus the mind of the user on the action that he is envolved, eating. Nowadays we think, we talk, we read the newspaper, we are watching TV, and many other thinks, when we are eating. But how much times we are thinking in eat, in eating good?more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-06Albert Gil draw from the traditional cutlery, but changes the straight or wavy handle, for a better ergonomy, and changes that for a handle that looks like tweezers. On the ends of this folded handle, we found two complementary pieces separated for milimiters. That distance force the user to press the handle to match the two parts of the spoon. In the case of the fork and the knife when we press the handle the saw and the spikes are descobered.more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-18more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-17more-with-less-design-magazine-mos-albert-gil-esdi-16