Before the Pragma Breadboard, had you ever set eyes on a chopping board that wasn't generally flat? It's fascinating that such a design should arise, given how completely different it is to the archetype. What Valentin Bussard suggests is an obviously uneven surface made up of sectionally triangular wooden sticks. Rows of these are adhered to both sides of a steel sheet, helping it to maintain stiffness.
Nestled within one jagged groove of the Pragma Breadboard is a serrated knife with a squared timber handle that blends in beautifully. When you go to slice your loaves on this cutting board, you'll notice that the crumbs collect between these ribs, making the food preparation process a bit tidier.