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The Shape Boards by Bower Adds a Geometric Touch to Kitchens

 - Feb 21, 2014
References: bowernyc & fastcodesign
The Shape Boards would add a nice bit of color and dimension to any kitchen setting, not to mention an artistic touch that will have guests oohing and aahing as soon as they lay eyes on them. In fact, a person might be loath to use the Shape Boards as they are intended to be used. Instead of chopping up meat and vegetables on its surface, they would look more at home hung on a wall.

Designed by Danny Giannella and Tammer Hijazi of Bower, a design studio based in Brooklyn, New York, the Shape Boards takes on geometric shapes that are given an illusory three dimensional treatment through the clever use of color. The designers write, "We figured you might as well have something interesting to look at while your cutting board isn't in use."