Founded in 1966, Studio de Pas, D'Urbino Lomazzi is notorious for witty and unconventional architecture and products. Their work often bridges the gap between design and art, as seen in the giant baseball glove Joe. Winner of a Compasso d' Oro award for Sciangai, a coat rack for Zanotta, the team is also known for its flexible, modular concepts in industrial design and architecture.
|Product Type: Bowl||Quantity: Individual|
|Style: Decorative; Storage and Organization||Material: Metal|
|Color: Silver||Country of Manufacture: Italy|
Questions & Answers
Alessi Double Bowl by Donato D'Urbino & Paolo Lomazzi, 2002
Useful and/or decorative
Deborah from Calabasas, CA– Verified Buyer
We have three different sizes of these bowls on display and we also use them for snacks. Just bought the large one for a housewarming gift for an art dealer friend. Needless to say, he loved it!
Mary from Boston, MA– Verified Buyer
This bowl is stunning. Its perfectly smooth surface is very sensual. It is a terrific addition to a modern environment.
Stepcraft from The OC– Verified Buyer
We stayed at The London LA and they had this bowl in the room. We loved it, so we ordered one. Very high quality. The only thing I would change is to make it heavier. Don't get me wrong, it's not lightweight, but it would be really cool if it weighed another couple pounds.
A shining example
staces from Portola Valley, CA– Verified Buyer
Better than the photo - a surprisingly great bowl.
Anonymous from Florida– Verified Buyer