Profiles explores the knifes natural dominance of the three cutlery instruments. The knife is streamlined down to solely it’s functional edge. When on it’s back we see the knifes fine edge and curve dictate to both the profile of the fork and the bowl of the spoon. Whilst the knife on its side, prescribes the portrait of the fork and spoon, angling their heads inwards to create diamantine faces. The forks prongs take on a recessive nature, occupying the top third of the forks head and leaving the rest to act as a serving plateau for the food. Whilst the spoon, the least used instrument in a typical meal, adopts a language away from the expected ovoid bowl and instead follows the outline of the fork, allowing itself to be staked upon. This cutlery set is defined by the interplay between the instruments and their profiles.