A lesson in minimalist innovation, the Revolution Bowl can serve soup, gelato, and more from either end. This dual-sided design gives the illusion of its contents suspended in mid-air. It was handcrafted in the Czech Republic by master glassblowers through a pure extrusion of handblown borosilicate glass, and is now featured in the Art Institute of Chicago’s permanent collection. With a high degree of thermal resistance (from the microwave to the freezer), this is a revolutionary serving piece.
Small side capacity: 15 fl. oz. Large side capacity: 28 fl. oz. Oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher-safe.
Since her early architecture days, Felicia Ferrone has aimed to blur the boundaries of design. Her international practice encompasses interior architecture, exhibit design, furniture, package design, and home accessories. This award-winning glassware is a permanent fixture at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Michelin-starred restaurants of Thomas Keller.