Boje Estermann

Collapsible Strainer

Collapsible Strainer

Copyright Year: 2004
Manufacturer: Normann Copenhagen

A strainer with a big volume, hard enough to resist the weight of pasta or fresh cooked potatoes, and soft enough to be folded and stored away in a drawer. It is even possible to wash it folded in the dishwasher to save space.

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Boje Estermann

Boje Estermann

Boje Estermann was CEO of a French company before he made a career change. He enrolled in design school at the École Nationale Supérieure Création Industrielle in Paris and graduated in 1999. The following year he opened his own studio in Paris. Estermann’s work is a combination of functionality, inspired by his scandinavian roots, and emotion, reflecting his current life as a Parisian. “i would love to create a home where all functional
things only appear when needed. The rest should be calm and pleasure.” His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the
Musée d’Art Moderne in Saint Étienne Métropole.

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