£375 – Sold Out
Diameter 345mm, 1.8kg
18/8 Grade Stainless Steel
Three possible angles.
At 22 degrees, the bowl holds its contents modestly. It becomes more inviting when tilted to 36 degrees. At 48 degrees, it flaunts its contents for you to share.
An interactive, playful experience.
Ordinarily, a base would interrupt the form of a bowl. Here the three bases are incorporated into the aesthetics of the design. They allow one to explore the bowl’s sculptural form. They allow greater flexibility for the bowl to be incorporated into a space.
An outer wall with three cut holes and an inner wall with rim.
The 22° 36° 48° is a double-walled, welded bowl. Reflections in the mirror-finish hold secrets. Holes in the outer wall reflect in the inner wall. Objects in the bowl are mirrored. Often, in polite company, guests do not want to take the last piece. Here, that last piece is doubled. The guest reaching for the penultimate piece realises too late and clears the bowl.
Keep the bowl out of direct sunlight if containing flammables such as paper.
Featured in Icon magazine, Time Out London, Wired magazine and on the London Underground.
Tamarillo (Solanum betaceum) in the 22° 36° 48° Bowl and other shots on a white background, photographed by John R Ward.
Photograph of the 22° 36° 48° by the fireplace is courtesy of The Longest Stay.
Registered Design Number: 4015560