Helle Damkjaer design for Georg Jensen, 2001.
BLOOM–inspired by nature’s own shapes
BLOOM serving bowls follow the easy curving lines one finds in nature.
Based on flowers she discovered in her travels in Asia, designer Helle Damkjaer created the BLOOM serving bowl. The bowls represent petals of the exotic blooms she came across while she was abroad. Asia has been a strong source of inspiration to the designer throughout the years.
They are perfect to use as part of the dinner table setting but can also be used as decorative touches, as a centrepiece perhaps. The matt stainless steel is soft to the touch and pleasing to the eye. It is modern without feeling industrial. The sloping shape creates a soft reflection.
A celebration of nature’s innumerable forms.
Matt stainless steel
D260 x H110 mm (small)
D340 x H140 mm (large)
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