Reversed Volumes by mischer‘traxler studio

Category: Design Published on 24 Oct, 2013 Tags: ,
Reversed Volumes by mischer‘traxler studio

Reversed Volumes is a collection of bowls designed by mischer’traxler that are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit/vegetable. Using elements that could be found in any kitchen and like in a recipe, the space between a bowl and a fruit/vegetable is filled and once dried the filling material has adopted the imprint of its containers.

Reversed Volumes by mischer‘traxler studio

The imprint of the different fruits/vegetables is represented in detail from a new point of view. These food-safe and water proof resin objects are manufactured through an industrial-crafted process since the finishing and the manufacturing of the colours are done manually in order to provide them with slight differences. Reversed Volumes was initially designed for Foodmarketo in 2010. Being developed further for serial production, it is now edited by PCM.

The ‘Reversed Volumes’ series include at the moment ten different bowls with the imprint of: apple, lemon, orange, cherimoya, pepper, aubergine, napa cabbage, sugar melon, cauliflower and cabbage.

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all images ©  JARA VARELA

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