Skultuna Ballerina bowl, M, brass
Skultuna Ballerina bowl, M, brass
Skultuna Ballerina bowl, M, brass

Ballerina bowl, M, brass

Skultuna

$75.74 $89.10

Skultuna
Ballerina bowl
$75.74 $89.10


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Description

Skultuna’s Ballerina bowl is a gorgeous vessel, designed by design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, that boasts a minimalist form crafted from brass. The bowl’s reduced form also features a hidden detail: the bottom is completely round, allowing it to sway delicately like a ballet dancer.

The Ballerina bowl is made of high-shine polished brass. If you want the surface to stay shiny, it is recommended to polish the brass regularly – it is characteristic for untreated brass to become darker over time, and water or grease may leave marks on its surface. However, this is a matter of taste, and many actually prefer to let brass patinate beautifully.

Material
Polished brass
Height
3.6 cm
Diameter
12.5 cm
Weight
0.14 kg
Care instructions
Clean with dry cloth and metal polish. Never use water or abrasive cleaning agents. Keep surface dry.

Claesson Koivisto Rune

Claesson Koivisto Rune is one of the foremost design and architectural offices in Scandinavia. It was founded in Stockholm in 1995 by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune. Claesson Koivisto Rune started as an architectural office but is nowadays multi-disciplinary, concentrating on both architecture and design projects.

Amongst their commissions, there are houses such as the Sfera Building in Kyoto, interiors such as the Operakällaren gourmet restaurant in Stockholm, as well as designs for manufacturers such as Iittala, David Design and Cappellini. For Iittala, Claesson Koivisto Rune designed the Neo range. Neo is exceptionally distinguished, ergonomic and of lasting quality. The Neo pots have a unique ergonomic feature that also became the aesthetic feature. They have “open” handles that turn down with a slight outward angle. Claesson Koivisto Rune’s works have received numerous awards and they were the first Swedish architects ever to be exhibited in the international section of the Venice Architecture Biennale (2004).

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