Poul Kjaerholm Granite Bowl

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Poul Kjaerholm Granite Bowl

365.00

Granite Bowl in Black by Poul Kjaerholm, 1963 design
Produced under license by ArchitectMade, Denmark
An edition of 300 per year are made and numbered accordingly.
On the heels of a large marble ashtray designed earlier the same year for Fredericia City Hall, Denmark, this smaller granite version was designed by Kjaerholm for smaller households in the early sixties.
The euclidean, minimalist form offers an austere contrast on a number of fronts: the circle within the square, a hemispherical pond carved into an architectural cube and polished stone with rough surface yielding the impression of mottled black within a rough terrain of gray stone.  This play on form and matter calls to mind the pared down architectural work of Tadao Ando and, of course, the superlative sensitivity to material and structure Kjaerholm famously brings to every project.
2.6”ht 5.9”dp 5.9"w 6.5lbs

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