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John Pawson England (1949 - )
John Pawson has been designing buildings and objects for more than twenty-five years, with work realised on four continents for a wide range of clients and covering a breadth of scales and programmes. From the beginning his approach to making architecture has drawn comparisons with the art movement known as Minimalism. More helpful, perhaps, is its characterisation as an attitude to space, light and proportion. On his acclaimed collaboration with Demeyere, Pawson says, "A museum director once said of my work, 'Everything starts with the kitchen'. What he meant was that houses are the heart of the work and kitchens are the heart of the houses. My collaboration with Demeyere started with the idea of providing these most important of contemporary living spaces with a set of core equipment which would combine functional sophistication with the highest design values. A pan might seem like a very straightforward object to design, but the reality is that smallness of scale does not equate with lack of complexity. The union of form and function must be seamless. There would have been no point in identifying the perfect simple profile, for example, if the lip did not pour well. Visual comfort would likewise lose its value if the pan did not feel good in the hand. I knew I could leave the more specialised technical issues to the team at Demeyere. My efforts have focused on the shape of the body and on the detail and angle of the junction between body and handle. My goal has been something which looked different, but right, equally at home over a flame or on a table û modern but not modish and thus liable to lose its freshness quickly." Although his work has been described as having an abstract quality, it is rigorously grounded in a precise understanding of the grain of everyday life. Whether a house, store, gallery, bridge, monastery or cookpot, for Pawson the fundamental challenge is always the same: how people, space and objects may be brought into harmony with one another.
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|Color: White||Material: Aluminum; Stainless steel; Multi-Ply|
|Base Material: Aluminum; Multi-Ply; Stainless Steel||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Product Type: Frying pan||Shape: Round|
|Non-Stick Surface: No||Construction: 7-Ply; Multi-layered|
|Dishwasher Safe: Yes||Induction Safe: Yes|
|Lids Included: No||Eco-Friendly: No|
|Country of Manufacture: Belgium|
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John Pawson Skillet
Kina from San Diego, CA– Verified Buyer– Top 100 Reviewer
Demeyere cookware don't fail to their promises. This skillet does not stick, I was able to make a perfect omelet that left no residue on the skillet. Just wonderful as long as you give it the proper care.
Joshua from San Francisco, CA– Verified Buyer
Even better than the Demeyere Proline. A wonderful skillet that looks great as well!
Like a high end sports car
John from Evanston, IL– Verified Buyer
This is the most beautiful frying pan I have ever seen (and the John Pawson Demeyere line in general is stunning). It is very striking and draws many comments. On top of its gorgeous looks, it performs like no other. Even heating and good temperature control. The only possible downside is the weight; the entire line is quite heavy. This pan is very heavy for a pan of its size, but not unmanageable for me (unlike the saute pan, which I can't lift with one arm when full). However I could see others finding the weight a dealbreaker.
Slippery when wet!
Robert from Costa Mesa, CA– Verified Buyer
I received this skillet and was anxious to try it out. I fried some eggs in it over easy and they alomost flew out of the pan. The heft of the pan may not be for everyone but for me it was perfect. A solid pan and a 30 year guarantee. I'm purchasing more of the line.
Beautiful/Distinctive Piece of Cookware
JD from Toronto, Canada– Verified Buyer
This is a seriously thick, heavy, and solid frying pad that also looks very nice. Note that you won't be able to hang it easily by its handle, as you would most other frying pans. At the sale price of [$] it seemed like a good deal, which is why I bought it instead of the more pedestrian Apollo multiline.
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