With its pure, clean lines, this stainless steel bowl is a beautiful example of modern Scandinavian minimalist design. Perfect for serving snacks or perhaps holding flowers, the bowl’s mirror-polished surface reflects back the room adding another dimension of beauty. Combine with other bowls and candleholders from the Tunes collection to create your own individual and stylish table settings or use the bowl as a single statement centrepiece.
Its simplicity means that it works well in both classic and contemporary interior schemes. Stockholm-based Monica Förster has a strong understanding of shape and proportion when it comes to creating her products. This, coupled with her fascination with technology and craftsmanship, leads her to be an innovative and thoughtful designer - characteristics that are all apparent in her Tunes collection for Georg Jensen.
The bowl is beautifully crafted from stainless steel which is then given a mirror-like polish.
Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel
- Size Description
H: 3.2cm Ø: 19.2cm
Monica Förster, creator of some of the most internationally renowned objects in contemporary Swedish design today, is based in Stockholm but grew up close to the Artic circle in the very North of Sweden. Her work is characterized by a strong sense of pure form mixed with a neverending curiosity for new materials and technology. Always trying to work in a cross-disciplinary way, she invents and renews typologies in industrial, furniture and object design. <p> Monica Förster, who is one of the top names within Swedish design, has created some of the future´s classic designs. Monica Förster Design Studio is based in Stockholm, and works on an international level with companies such as Cappellini, Poltrona Frau, De Padova, Bernhardt, Whirlpool, Vibia, Tacchini, Modus, Offecct and Swedese.She has been awarded numerous Swedish and international awards such as Designer of the Year and has been exhibited all over the world in museums and institutions such as Moma NY and VA museum, London. Monica Förster has also been represented in the International Design Yearbook.</p>