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Mono A Long Blade Flatware

c. 1959

by Peter Raacke

Mono a 01 2000x2000 copy

The Mono A flat­ware is avail­able in two versions. The long blade, shown here, is an addi­tion to Peter Raack­e’s orig­i­nal design of the short blade. Both versions are offered in a 5 piece and a 20 piece set. Various serving pieces are avail­able by Mono A, from salad servers to cake servers to snail forks. Mono A is made out of stain­less steel, with a matte brush finish, and is created for lasting dura­bil­ity. Another version is avail­able as well, where it comes in a mirror finish. The steel is dish­washer safe and designed to last years.

Peter Raacke


Born in Hanau, Germany in 1928, Peter Raacke made design history with the Mono A flatware. As a lecturer and professor in Darmstadt, Kassel, Ulm and Hamburg, he influenced many young designers. In 2003, he was honored with the work exhibition "50 Years of Peter Raacke Design" at the German Museum of Technology in Berlin. In 2007, he was awarded honorary membership of the German Designer Club for his life's work. For Mono, Peter Raacke designed the iconic cutlery of Mono A and Mono T.

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