City shaped serving bowls


The Metrobowl is a serving dish by 2001 Eindhoven Design Academy graduate Frederik Roijé shaped in the form of a city map.

Frederik has made two models, one based on Amsterdam (the semi-circular onion skin lines are the famous canals), and one based on the grid of Manhattan. The bowls are made of cast aluminium, cost 200 and 240 euro respectively, and are sold by Frederik himself through his on-line shop.

For another map of Amsterdam’s city centre, see also: Amsterdam 200 years older than previously believed.

(Via: Link tip: Tom. Thanks, Tom!)

1 Comment »

  1. Jay Vos says:

    No liquids in it, I guess? (I can’t tell from the photo, or maybe I need to clean my spectacles.)

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