MoMA Satellite Bowl by Carlo Contin - Red
MoMA Satellite Bowl in red by Carlo Contin
The striking design of the red MoMA Satellite Bowl is a playful approach to the design of modern fruit bowls. At first glance, the sculptural object made of 12 identically shaped, lacquered wooden spokes looks like a toss of oversized Mikado sticks caught in mid-air. The resulting geometric shape is unique and very minimalist in itself. With or without fruit, as a table centrepiece, this fruit bowl is a dramatic eye-catcher.
Carlo Contin designed the Satellite Bowl 1999 for the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). It is a tribute to the Sciangai Clothes Rack by De Pas, D'Urbino, Lomazzi which also uses the principle of apart-falling self-stabilizing rods.
Specifications MoMA Satellite Bowl
- Folding fruit bowl
- Material: lacquered wood
- Dimensions: diameter 36,8cm, H 15,2cm
- Colour: Red
- © 2008 The Museum of Modern Art
He is an Italian designer and architect with his own interior design and architecture studio in Milan. He has collaborated with prestigious design companies in Italy and internationally and also participating in numerous exhibitions around the world.
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