Product

Heath Maple Chopping Board

Designer/Brand

Aaron Probyn

The family of HEATH boards have been designed with communal dining in mind. Made from American Maple hardwood which is a superior material for chopping boards, holding up to knife cuts and resisting moisture. The brass handle is both practical and pleasing. The boards are a beautiful backdrop for serving food for any occasion or simply for chopping food in the kitchen.

As seen in The Independent.

Material: FSC American maple, brass

Dimensions: 

Rectangle: 38x25x2cm

Oblong: 60x12x2cm

Please note the handle will add 9 cm to the length of the boards listed.

Care instructions

Heath boards are pre-treated with food-safe mineral oil, so you can start using them straight away. To maintain its condition and prevent splitting, we recommend oiling the board regularly with mineral oil or any kitchen oil (please note that strongly coloured oils might discolour the wood). The board will feel dry to touch and will get lighter in colour when it needs oiling.


£55.00

Aaron Probyn

Profile

With studios in both New York City and London, British industrial designer Aaron Probyn creates minimal but tactile products that are both functional, emotionally engaging and have the objective of bringing joy to everyday life.
Passionate about sustainability and adverse to disposable culture, Aaron sidesteps trends to create quality-led, timeless design pieces with the hope that they can be enjoyed for a lifetime and beyond.

Aaron established a presence within the design industry 20 years ago, creating award-winning products while working for respected brands including Habitat, Conran and Tom Dixon.

In 2012, he established his eponymous design studio and consults on projects for global companies including ABC Carpets & Home, Another Country, Heals, Waterfords, Crate & Barrell, Ikea, Normann Copenhagen and West Elm.

Creatively directing initial concepts to final production sign-off, Aaron is experienced in designing across a variety of products and manufacturing processes, from small batch to high-volume production, and brings with him an in-depth knowledge and an instinctive approach to each project brief.

In 2020, Aaron launched his line of own-brand products, collaborating with carefully selected manufacturers and with a commitment to making good, sustainable design accessible.