"I sat and played with a loose combination of holes. The idea was to make a pattern without the regularity of a pattern," says Demacker.
Moon will be available to buy in white, lacquered steel from September.
The following is from Normann Copenhagen:
See the moon from above - Normann Copenhagen presents Moon, designed by Matthias Demacker
Moon is a dish filled with holes, which breaks all the rules and takes tediousness out of the ordinary. It is an example of not always having to do what you are used to doing, and challenging conventional thinking while cultivating aesthetic awareness.
The inspiration for Moon came when Matthias Demacker was experimenting with different patterns and was inspired to break with regularity. Like the surface of the moon, Moon consists of lots of holes, which give an irregular pattern and cast a graphic shadow.
Matthias explains: ‘I sat and played with a loose combination of holes. The idea was to make a pattern without the regularity of a pattern. I got the idea for Moon after spending a whole day changing holes around. This way I got the idea for a dish spontaneously – from nearly nothing.”
Moon is a dish with a humorous touch, which looks good on the table, the sitting room, or kitchen.
Size: Ø 35
Material: Lacquered steel
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