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Medium Sphere Bowls in Green and Pink

£395.00 £256.75

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The Sphere Bowls in glass take inspiration for the material they are made from and the infinite beauty of mother earth, pick a size and color which embodies your natural habitat.

Mouth blown at over 1000 °C and shaped by master glassmakers in Sweden, this collection is inspired by the traditional technique of double walled glass making. The combination of the two connected objects gives the appearance of the upper bowl as weightless, floating above the ground.

Designed by Milena Kling in collaboration with Studio Hausen, these bowls can hold the fruits of nature, flowers and everyday goods. Each object in the Sphere family is composed of two interacting parts with delicately balanced hues. Milena’s composition of tones draws inspiration from the bold palette of nature.

SOLD AS A SET OF TWO INTERLOCKING BOWLS

Material: Handblown glass

Dimensions: 18cm x 16cm

Care Details: Handle with care. Clean with water and a soft, slightly damp cloth or with a specific glass cleaning agent.

This Berlin based design label was founded 2006 by Jörg Höltje who used his experience of product design to launch his own creative practice. His products are reformations of classic shapes focused on minimalist design with erudite compositions - most notably his LINK shelving system - from which he has developed The Elements Collection in collaboration with Melina Kling. These two Berlin based artisans have created thoughtful glass objects that embody the apex of ornamentation. 

United Kingdom: 2-3 working days – £5
Europe: 3-5 working days – £15
USA, Canada & Australia: 3-5 working days – £25
Gulf Countries: 5-10 working days – £40

Larger items shipping cost may vary and will be calculated at checkout.

*Due to unforeseen delays that are caused by COVID-19 closures and staff shortages, we cannot guarantee these shipping windows but always endeavour to communicate if and when there are delays.

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