The Satellite Bowl by Carlo Contin out of the year 1999 is the convincing result of the attempt of assorting equal-formed tubes in the simplest geometric form. The black wooden spokes grow together to an exceptional design-accessory and a striking eye-catcher.
Carlo Contin designed the Satellite Bowl for the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). The design of the bowl thereby is a tribute to the Sciangai Clothes Rack by De Pas, D’Urbino, Lomazzi and uses the same principle of apart-falling rods that stabilize themselves.
The MoMa offers the bowl in two sizes.