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Glass Goûte
lick your fingers

Modelled after the finger, Goûte is a teardrop-shaped glass wand designed to eat creamy foods like peanut butter, Nutella, yogurt, or chocolate mousse.
This hand-crafted utensil enhances creaminess and sweetness perception, heightens the value of food and makes for a more mindful eating experience.


Designs looking to revolutionise how we eat
“Imagine your overnight guests’ surprise when they’re handed this with their morning yogurt:
Major cool points as a host, earned”
— ELLE Decor
Redesigning what we use to eat can impact how we perceive food—and could even encourage us to adopt healthier diets.
— FastCoDesign

Wooden Goûte
the perfect honey spoon

from 19.00

The Gift Box

Our signature Goûte in aged wood or glass, accompanied by a jar of truffle honey or english honey, and a bees-wax candle 

from 35.00

The Silver Cup
a cup for a lifetime

Glass cups are ubiquitous, but they create a barrier between the sensory properties of the drink and the hand. We wanted to create a drinking vessel that would intensify the experience of drinks. The material - Brittania Silver - was chosen due to its high thermal conductivity, to experience the temperature of the drink on the hand, and the lips.

The unique beauty of the material, craft and function make "Silver Beaker" a cup that will enhance the pleasure of any drink for a lifetime.

Handmade in the UK, using traditional Silversmith techniques.


"The next time you're feasting on a delicious meal, consider the idea that there may be another variable at play making it extra tasty"



"Such innovations could help people lose weight and eat more healthily without even realising it"



"Designer Andreas Fabian, who has a PhD on Spoons, has his sights sets on higher levels of gastronomic indulgence"



"As well as increasing our understanding of the various influences on our enjoyment of food and satiation, Michel also hopes the research could make us healthier"



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Discover our 1st collection of innovative eating utensils. Elegant alternatives to conventional cutlery, flatware and glassware. We integrate the tool as part of the sensual act of eating

Understand how our Crossmodal approach hacks flavour perception to enhance the pleasures of eating. Our science-based design process emerges from collaborating with Oxford scientists and artists


The Craft

Since 2014, M/F has been collaborating with artists and scientists developing the concept of "Touch Hunger" - our first collection of prototypes

All our creations are hand-made, unique pieces. We use noble materials, and aim to design sensual eating utensils, while respecting craft and tradition



We are committed to research and developing ideas that will inspire the cutlery of the future.
These are some of our Collaborators. 

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