The Melt Bowl is entirely white and has been given a unique shape and structure. Regarding the silhouette, each bowl is fundamentally different, because the shape always shows itself in a different way. The structure on the outside is raised and offers a pleasantly original feeling when held. For the interior of the Melt Bowl, a subtle glaze was used, which is convincing due to the light reflection and the wonderfully smooth surface. The Melt Bowl got its name because of the slightly uneven shape, which gives the impression that the bowl could melt away. The Melt Bowl was made by Yasuhiro Cúze in Berlin. Every piece is unique.
As a deco element
Handmade in Berlin, by Cúze
|Dimensions||12.5 × 5.5 cm|
I am a Berlin based Japanese ceramic artist. I completed the Design and Lab courses at Ishoken, and Tajimi City Pottery Design and Technical Centre.When I create, I do not think my objects are the leading part in the presentation of a meal. Rather the most important focus lies in the food, the artistic cuisine and its power to draw people together to enjoy it:it is the social aspect, rather than the product itself, that drives me to design. Therefore, I refers to my works as supporting actors; objects that exist naturally in our spatial environment.Many of my products are purposefully made large because I want people to come together using my products to join in the atmosphere and community of dining.