Andreas Fabian

Fabian is a German Designer and Silversmith whose work unites

philosophy, aesthetics and functionality. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in London, he has designed for luxury brands such as Rosenthal and for 20 years until 2017, he was an educator and researcher at Buckinghamshire New University, UK.

In 2011 he was awarded a PhD for his research on "Spoons and Spoonness" by Brunel University.

Fabian continues to exhibit widely both nationally

and internationally, with his work residing in prestigious collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. 2009 he started to collaborate  with Roberto Cortez (chef; based in Texas  - ) and more recently also with Charles Michel (French - Columbian cook, food philosopher &

researcher – to design eating utensils that increase the sensual pleasure of eating and encourage healthier consumption behaviors.

2018 Fabian moved to Germany  and worked 2019 for a few months as a visiting professor at the Burg Giebichtenstein Art & Design University Halle in Germany and as visiting lecturer at Staffordshire University in England. During summer 2019 Fabian also taught at the Domaine de Boisbuchet in the south of France. Since 2020  he is based in Berlin.

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