Search

Rouleaux: A Series of Handmade Rolling Pins
View Slideshow

Beirut-based product designer Stéphanie Moussallem created a series of handmade rolling pins, called Rouleaux, using a variety of materials, like brass, marble, wood, and aluminum.

Rouleaux-Stephanie-Moussallem-2

Moussallem participated in an exhibition at the SMO Gallery Beirut where designers were asked to design objects based on the theme “around the table”. Each rolling pin takes on a life of it’s own, with its personal characteristics, shapes, and textures, turning them into functional sculptures for the kitchen.

Vanille Bourbon 002 - Statuario marble and brass

Vanille Bourbon 002 – Statuario marble and brass

Caramel Beurre Salé - French oak and brass

Caramel Beurre Salé – French oak and brass

Croquant - American walnut wood and painted brass

Croquant – American walnut wood and painted brass

Champagne - Aluminum and painted brass

Champagne – Aluminum and painted brass

Loukoum - Olive wood and brass

Loukoum – Olive wood and brass

Praliné - American walnut wood and brass

Praliné – American walnut wood and brass

Caramel - Solid French oak wood and brass

Caramel – Solid French oak wood and brass

Photos by Tony Elieh.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.