Bowl | Krenit Stainless Steel | Silver | 12.5cm
Winner of the Gold medal for design at the Triennale Milan in 1954.
"I am excited about shapes and structures. The surface on a design object is important because it makes people want to reach out for it. I also believe that there has to be a balance between function and aesthetics" Herbert Krenchel, Krenit Designer
More than 50 years after Danish material scientist and civil engineer, Herbert Krenchel, designed the iconic Krenit bowl, the minimalist design classic has been put into production again thanks to a cross-generational collaboration with Normann Copenhagen. With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit bowl is an important piece of design history that is sure to grace any serious collector's home.
Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its classic yet contemporary expression. Since the 1950's it has been displayed in museums all over the world and can be found in countless Danish and international design homes.
A stunning example of functional and restrained object d'art that looks wonderful as a stand alone piece or in combination with other sizes and colours, view the full Krenit range here.
Size: 12.5cm diameter, 5.9cm height
Capacity: 30 cl (300 mL)
Material: Mirror polished, stainless steel
Designer: Herbert Krenchel
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