Shop

Washing-up Bowl & Brush Grey

87.50USD
Awards
Formlandprisen 2002, Denmark
Design Plus 2002, Germany
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Washing-up Bowl: Rubber, Brush: Beech with Natural Bristles
Size & Weight:
H: 28 x L: 28 x D: 14 cm
0,8 kg
Product Information:

The flexible rubber material is approved for food. Extra brush can be purchased separately.

Maintenance:

Suitable for dishwasher.

Light source:
About

Washing-up Bowl & Brush

Washing-up Bowl is an innovative and flexible piece of kitchen equipment that breaks up the boredom of everyday routines. Normann Copenhagen is now launching the Washing-up Bowl in an inviting mint color that oozes simplicity, cleanliness and Scandinavian elegance. The distinguished mint is drawn from delicate mineral colors and complements both cool and warm, deep colors in the kitchen.
Washing-up Bowl is also a useful object for many other things around the house, and the bold and original design offers endless possibilities to meet your every need. Use it to clean dishes, store toys, hold plants, as a magazine holder, or even as an ice cooler for champagne.
The Washing-up Bowl is flexible and strong and the design makes it suitable for everything from flowers and a footbath to storage be it indoors or outside.
Awards:
Design Plus 2002
Selected for Phaidon Design Classics' 999 most innovative and influential designs of the past 200 years.
Designer

Ole Jensen

Ole Jensen is educated from The Arts and Crafts College in Kolding and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Since 1985 Ole has taught at several design schools, exhibited his works in most of Europe, and co-founded and served as a member of several design associations and councils. He has won a number of famous design awards and been featured in several publications.

"Ideas and materials are closely related. The idea takes its form only when working with the material. I only trust a particular form when I have touched it with my fingers. I am able to communicate with the manufacturer as well as the end user through the particular object, and I see myself as a fertile minimalist. Everything counts. Neither more nor less! I aim at finding the uniqueness in the simple design and vice versa. Every single day brings new design challenges which I would like to take up".