The Block Design Wire Fruit Bowl is Configured from a Single Coil

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 7, 2012 • References: blockdesign & designspotter
Out of all of the sorts of dishes found in the common kitchen, fruit bowls seem to be the most explored in terms of aesthetic originality. This Block Design Wire Fruit Bowl is no exception, taking shape from an non-traditional material.

There is no sign of glass, ceramic or plastic in his contemporary platter, and while metal is often used to manufacture mixing bowls, this object has been assembled quite differently. A long rolled line of steel has been bent and molded to form a platter with a rectangular section, a square base and a gentle semispherical indentation.

With about 2 centimeters of space between each segment of the coil, the Block Design Wire Fruit Bowl expresses an intriguing visual effect through the repetition and slight transfiguration of its black, white or green caged structure. Stats for Wound Wire Dishes Trending: Older & Chilly
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