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Sakura Adachi's ‘Eclipse' Steel Fruit Bowls are a 2-in-1 Inno

 - Jan 7, 2011   Updated: Jun 23 2011
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Designer Sakura Adachi’s latest innovation are the ‘Eclipse’ steel fruit bowls. The black and white duo hemispheres have been cut so that when slotted together they become one. The bowls connect horizontally or vertically to allow for a variety of looks and uses.

Adachi’s ‘Eclipse’ steel fruit bowls received the Red Dot Design Concept Award 2010. Interlocking elements are a common element in Adachi’s furniture and product designs.

Implications - Modern customers are looking for items that help them complete tasks more efficiently. Multitasking products are appealing to those who have fast-paced lifestyles yet still want to ensure all their responsibilities are met. Focusing on this desire for purchases to meet multiple demands could help companies increase their attractiveness to shoppers.