If you think about it, why aren't more culinary slicers designed like the WMF Audi Kitchen Knife is? This cooking implement does, of course, embody its own unique shape, but the concept of making a cutter from one single component could really be more common.
Nevertheless, André Marsiglia presents a food preparation utensil that stands out from the rest, comprising one piece of metal that smoothly transitions from blade into handle. The sharp part is broad and comes to a point, but it curves in abruptly at the back to form a narrower grip. From another angle, you may observe that this section is much thicker than the other. Despite the very different clasping and cutting functions of the Audi Kitchen Knife's two sides, it makes a very harmonious object on the whole.