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Mischer’traxler’s ‘Reversed Volumes’ Bowls are Cast From Fruits and Vegetables
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On July 2, 2012 @ 2:00 pm In Art,Green Home decor,green Interiors,Green Kitchen,Green Products | No Comments
Vienna-based Mischer’traxler  captured the textures and shapes of different vegetables to create a colorful line of tablewear. Called Reversed Volumes, the long-lasting ceramic vessels are imprinted with the forms of veggies and fruits, and each bowl is as unique as the piece of produce that produced it.
So far Mischer’traxler  has made bowls using cauliflower, celeriac, cabbage, a melon, a red beet, fennel, a green apple, a yellow pepper, an orange, and coffee grains.
Mischer’traxler’s Reversed Volumes are made using a homemade mold and ceramic powder, which sets without the need for an oven. The line was initially developed for FoodMarketo, a pop-up shop organized by DesignMarketo, Apartamento Magazine  and Marion Friedmann during Milan Design Week 2010.
Photo © Mischer’traxler
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