The MooM Bowl is Formally Adapted to Meet More Natrual Eating Practices

 - May 31, 2012
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In analyzing the way in which many students, young professionals and even busy parents consume their meals, one designer came up with the MooM Bowl, suited specifically for eating away from the table. Many people inhale their lunches while standing or snuggle up for dinners on the couch. This eccentric salver accommodates both of these activities.

Giovanni Alessi Anghini sculpted a generously deep dish with a pair of feet planted asymmetrically on the base. They provide the user with grips while cupping the container and with footings for stability when the MooM Bowl is set down on an unsteady surface. Another fun aspect of the playful porringer is a wide loop that escapes from the rim, permitting the placement of a glass for when a table is not within reach.