Designer & Craftsman

Tashi Bharucha

Tashi’s fascination with knives reaches back as far as he can remember.

As a famous knife designer, he curated the Jim Bowie Project for The Unnamed Society.

Though Tashi’s fascination with this tool reaches back as far as he can remember, it wasn’t until 2007 that he began designing folding knives and collaborating with knife makers. He has had the pleasure and privilege of working with the best, cementing his reputation with a truly distinctive aesthetic. In 2010, he rented a workshop and started under his own stamp. Currently, his knife-making evolves along multiple tracks: making knives from A to Z by hand, in his workshop; working with artists-craftspeople who involve him either as designer or in a 4 hands collaboration, like the last two projects with the great Bob Terzuola; finally, designing for established brands such as Reate, Fox Knives and Custom Knife Factory. To date there have been about 15 such industrial collaborations.