The compact dining tool comes equipped with a knife, fork, spoon, chopsticks, and a straw and is packaged in a pebel-like case made from recycled CDs, which is both a nod to the project’s sustainable initiative and Williams’ musical roots. Each piece of cutlery has handles that are made from recycled food packaging, while the tips of each piece are dipped in anodised titanium coated steel, giving them a unique and colorful metallic finish.
Furthermore, Pentatonic will buy the Pebble back from you when it has reached the end of its product life. The company will then turn the recyclable materials into another product.
Take a look at OTHERWARE by Pentatonic’s Pebble compact dining kit in the gallery above, and pick up one for yourself on OTHERWARE’s website, where the tool retails for £49 GBP (approx. $60 USD).
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