Fruttera
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Natural form showing the possibilities of three-dimensional cutting. The Fruit bowl is composed of two parts (positive and negative) which, when … Read More
Natural form showing the possibilities of three-dimensional cutting. The Fruit bowl is composed of two parts (positive and negative) which, when closed, fills each other to form flat surfaces on both sides. Appropriate and adequate for Flat Pack. When split open, both forms resemble earth terrain ready to be arranged with fruits. Read Less
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Fruttera
flat pack fruit bowl
Fruttera  which initially looks like a simple compact box with rounded edges, made of natural oak wood, able to transform if needed into two stylish fruit containers. A structure composed of two superimposed parts, positive and negative, characterized by the lines that go through the surface, shapes inspired by the holes in the ground, by the conformation of the soil and by the natural sites present at the base of trees, where recline and are deposited ripe fruits ready to be picked and enjoyed.
Oak with natural oil