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Kitchen roll holder Barkroll

$180.00

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Kitchen roll holder Barkroll

$180.00

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  • Kitchen roll holder in 18/10 stainless steel.

    Diameter (cm):  15.50
    Height (cm):  24.00
Design Boucquillon & Maaoui
  • Boucquillon & Maaoui

    Born in Belgium in 1962. In 1988 he won the competition of the CHAMBER OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT in Brussels which signed the beginning of his Architectural and Design career. In ‘2000, he opened a......

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Barkroll
The roll holder “Barkroll” is the result of a collection designed by Michael Boucquillon and Donia Maaoui inspiered by the trees that surround their house in Lucca. Produced at the factory in Crusinallo, Omegna, the “Barkroll” kitchen roll dispenser is made using a manufacturing process whereby the steel sheet is cut and laser perforated, and subsequently shaped with a series of mechanical processes, and lastly welded. As its name suggests, the “Barkroll” kitchen roll dispenser recalls the bark of a tree: the perforated pattern recalls the knots in wood grain, the cylindrical shape suggests the structure of the tree trunk. The result is a poetic yet functional object which, as its designers state, each time a sheet is torn off reminds the user that paper is made from trees.