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Rocking bowl Lovely Breeze

Lovely Breeze PC-SA01

$140.00

Designer Sakura Adachi
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    • 18/10 stainless steel
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PC-SA01

Rocking bowl in 18/10 stainless steel coloured with epoxy resin, white.

Diameter (cm):  10.50
Height (cm):  41.00

Lovely Breeze is an iconic bowl / centrepiece that has a unique kinetic movement: the hemisphere weight at bottom keeps this “Rocking bowl” in vertical position but when some chocolates, candies, nuts or any other objects are placed on the bowl, it turns to horizontal position and functions as a container. Naturally, it goes back to the original upright position when you pick up the last object. It also occupies a little space as it stands up by itself when it is not in use!

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The Designer

Sakura Adachi

Born in Aichi, Japan in 1977, Sakura Adachi obtained BA in Industrial & Craft Design at Musashino Art University in Tokyo, specialising in wood work, and MA in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. Her graduation work Cave bookcase was exhibited in a fair in Copenhagen where HRH Crown Prince of Denmark visited her stand. The product had a number of publications including The Financial Times and an interview from The New York Times. Since 2004, she has been living and working in Milan and has collaborated some well-known design studios such as Atelier Bellini and Studio & Partners. After opening her own design studio in 2008, she has designed for Italian and international manufacturers such as Campeggi, Fermob, Riva 1920, Biketjanst, Estel, Martex, Tura, Taschen ..etc. Her products have been selected for Archiproducts BEST OF 2015 and ADI Design Index in 2016. She has won many awards including Red Dot Design Award for her fruit bowl ECLIPSE. She was a teaching staff at Istituto Europeo di Design Milan in 2012. Since 2014, she is a lecturer on Industrial Design course at ISIA Roma in Pordenone, Italy.