These two kitchen measuring jugs not only measure by volume but also by weight. Items such as butter, nuts, pasta and herbs can be weighed by placing them in the smaller square vessel, with roughly 1/3 of water in the larger jug. Due to the simple physics of water displacement, the water level and graduation on the inside jug will tell you how much of the ingredient you have. The inner vessel comprises two compartments: the smaller one being ideal for weighing items such as butter and herbs, the larger one suited to items such as pasta.
Specialism: Platform 15
Supported by: House & Garden, Maybrey Reliance
BA (Hons), Product & Furniture Design, Kingston University, 2009
Junior designer, Richard Shed Studio, London, 2009–11
Fendi & the RCA, London Design Week, Fendi Flagship Store, London, 2011; V&A Friday Late, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2010; Salone Satellite, Milan Fairgrounds, Rho, Milan, Italy, 2010; Interiors 2010, NEC Birmingham, 2010
House & Garden Scholarship, 2012; New Design Britain Award, 2010; D&AD Best New Blood Award, 2009