Beater by Ding3000 for
Normann Copenhagen

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Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

Stockholm 2012: the prongs of this whisk by Hanover studio Ding3000 for Danish brand Normann Copenhagen fold away for neat storage.

Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

A ring round the handle slides down over the flexible nylon strands to hold them together and form a hook at one end.

Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

Ding3000 have previously designed cutlery that clips together to form little sculptures and a device for measuring spaghetti.

Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

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Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

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Beater by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen

Here are some more details from Normann Copenhagen:


Collapsible and space-saving

The German design trio Ding3000 has created a whisk for Normann Copenhagen that is sculpturesque, space-saving and functional all at the same time. Beater can be folded together, saving space in the kitchen drawer or on the wall.

Beater is inspired by a pack of straws and is gathered in the middle using a ring that functions as both an opening and closing mechanism and a hanging fixture. An everyday product with a creative and space-saving design, Beater comes in eight stunning colours.

Ding3000 explains: “We are driven by the romantic notion that a designer invents products aimed at making the world a better place. Our whisk is simple and sculpturesque in form and function and we have made it as space-saving as possible without compromising on the design.”

Beater comes in white, grey, light blue, nude, lavender, pink, mint and dark blue.
Material: nylon
Size: 33x48cm

  • http://twitter.com/WalnutGrey @WalnutGrey

    This whisk is divine. Want! An aesthetic kitchen trimming indeed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ev.can.eat Evelyn W

    a lovely idea but i think the voluptuous shape of a whisk balloon is still even lovelier

  • Ciprian

    haha, it`s not even his idea, he just found another use for jazz drumsticks:D. When I first saw the picture, before reading the description, i said to myself "WOW, I could use some on my drums!":D