Local Bowls by Israeli Designer Rona Zinger

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Rona Zinger was inspired by the relationship between the ruggedness of the outdoors and the homeliness of indoors, she created the “Local Bowls” that transform urban settings and properties of the great outdoors into an interior object. These rough and massive fruit bowls are made of old boards that are cut into shape and assembled together along with a mixture of  Israeli soils, representing the circle of life, wood and its fruits in one.

 

 

 

 

 

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