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Moon Tray Small Powder Blue

26.00USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Birch
Size & Weight:
H: 4,6 x Ø: 7,7 cm
0,092 kg
Product Information:
Moon tray is turned in birch wood and painted.
Maintenance:
Wash by hand.
About

Moon Tray

Moon is a family of wooden trays for storage of small items. Just like a group of mysterious, perfectly shaped moon craters, the Moon trays create an inviting nook for all the small items and treasures in your home.
Design duo Büro Famos became fascinated by the simplicity and elegance of Japanese traditions for serving food and was inspired to draw upon the same aesthetic feeling for the storage of small items around the house. It has resulted in a pure minimalist design created by geometric shapes.
Moon is available in three sizes, the two smallest of which have a deeper concavity. The trays can be used together or individually for such things as jewellery, paper clips, small change and keys, serving dry foods or just for decoration.
Designer

BÜRO FAMOS

BÜRO FAMOS is a partnership between the designers Hanna Litwin and Romin Heide.
Hanna and Romin met at the University of Applied Sciences in Coburg, Germany, where they both studied Integrated Product design. After their studies, they went separate ways, working with design and art direction for various design studios. In 2012, Hanna and Romin decided to establish their own studio, focusing on the intersections between graphic and product design.

From their Berlin based design studio, they work to create objects that are simple in shape, pleasurable to use, serious and charming. Hanna and Romin believe in design that makes people smile, as it is their experience that loved products have a longer life."It is important to us to design objects that are made to last. This creates sustainability in a logic and intuitive way. Things that are used for a long time and are able to adapt itself - depending on changing circumstances - have the ability to generate reminiscence. Using honest, high quality materials and manufacturing methods play an important role here."