CHAIN FRUIT BOWL
by BETHAN LAURA WOOD
The interlocking or construction of Chain Fruit Bowl is made using multiple ringed bricks, cut into two parts and threaded through the centre of another to aggregate the form. The curved and polished end details of the cut brick nod to similar treatments found in many Japanese wooden temples.
D 200 x W 570 x H 195 MM
Top | Crystal | Light Amber
Base | Green Marbled/Aquamarine Marbled | Crystal
BETHAN LAURA WOOD
Bethan Laura Wood has run a multidisciplinary studio since 2009 characterised by materials investigation, artisan collaboration, and a passion for colour and detail. Residencies and location-based projects have become an important factor in her design process, often working in response to her location, in collaboration with local manufacturers, or reflecting in her work on the visual and material culture particular to that area. Bethan’s work has been exhibited in institutions including the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood, Swiss Institute New York, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, The Design Museum London, and more.