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We considered that Parmigiano's traditional cheese didn't have a grater to preserve its legendary tradition and quality while decorating our table.


To be recognized as a block of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, it must be aged a minimum of 12 months, and it could be labelled on just three age designations 18, 22 and 30 months

Considering all these factors and the culture behind it, we decided to design an iconic grater capable of illustrating in one of its faces the look and feel of the brand. At the same time, we appealed to use all the proportions and multiples of three to represent its meaning.

We decided to appeal to the trilogy as our design canon because it represented the religious approach used during the Renaissance depicting the Trinity of God the Father, Christ the Son and the Holy Ghost

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Also, the mix of cheese, bread, and wine, three different types of faced blades and the option of having an extra drop-shaped edge to break the cheese with a wooden handle carefully located on the grater's tip was included to be easily accessed by twisting and pulling the seal. 

Our inspiration came from the vast tradition of the Italian Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, attempting to design something that would promote and perpetuate its identity, region, history, and prestige.


We designed this icon as an homage and recognition of its incomparable flavour, quality, story, and tradition.

If Parmigiano-Reggiano strives for one perfect taste and texture, our grater performs as a sculptural piece of design to be exhibited over the table and to remember the moments we share while enjoying its taste.


We wanted a sculpture for the purest perfect cheesy ecstasy, the Parmigiano now has our “ventuno".

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