Stainless steel ladle designed by Sori Yanagi, a mid-century Japanese product design leader.
The more you use the ladle, the more you will realize how comfortable it is to use. Any kind of soup can be easily poured from either end of the oval. Even small pieces of food can be pushed against the hem of the pot and scooped up without leaving a single speck.
Consistently taking the user's point of view and thinking through the design process by making models by hand, he designed many products that enrich daily life and can be used for a long time.
His works are not limited to kitchenware and furniture, but also include toys, objets d'art, Olympic torch stands, tunnel openings, pedestrian bridges, etc. His designs with functional beauty have won him worldwide recognition.
Butterfly Stool (1954)
Notable furniture designs by Sori Yanagi