The Bash Vessel Bowl was created by the British designer Tom Dixon for his eponymous label, and it is an imaginative, attractive piece of contemporary kitchenware.
The bowl has been made from hand-beaten brass and has a gold-plated finish, creating a unique complexion for every single product. It's the kind of unconventional artisan technique that has made Dixon's name, and the result is a wonderful, whimsical bowl that is visually delightful and functional at the same time.
Tom Dixon is one of Britain's most accomplished contemporary designers. Active since the 1980s, his work is characterised by bold risks and unusual uses of familiar materials. In this case, Dixon chose brass for it's malleability and rich tone, a design decision that has paid off.
Part of the wider Bash collection, the Bash Vessel Bowl comes in two sizes: the larger measures 45 x 23 x 30 cm, while the smaller measures 31 x 16 x 20 cm. Added together, they will be an aesthetically impressive place to store fruit, stationery, chocolates, nuts or whatever else you need close to hand. With their distorted form, beautiful materials and sense of fun, these bowls will complement almost any contemporary living room design.