Poglia is known for knives of balanced design and ruggedly handsome products for modern men that want something special from their daily rituals. Heirlooms of agricultural steel are given a new work-song by Poglia. Made mostly from recycled plow discs, these artistic knives separate the layers of a seasons storied harvest. Reconditioned from the instruments that furrowed the fields for spring seedlings, their cycle has brought them into the kitchen to prepare the family recipes from pioneering generations. From the metal shop he shares with Ascari bicycles at The Space in Brooklyn, New York, Max Poglia cultivates raw steel, brass, horn, wood, leather, and bone into functional art. This is art that reminds us of the profundity of our natural connections to the world in the quiet confidence of our daily lives.

Read more about Poglia in our Back-Story, Deliberate Spaces