The “Madkasse” Small Pure Glass Food Box – by Sia Mai Danish Handmade Glassware

The “Madkasse” Small Pure Glass Food Box – by Sia Mai Danish Handmade Glassware

$189.00 inc. GST

The Sia Mai lunch box consists of two serving bowls in glass held together with an elastic band great for picninc lunches or serving at dinner.

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Picnic Madkasse Lunch Box – Small

The Sia Mai lunch boxes consist of two serving bowls in glass held together with an elastic band. The shape of the lunch boxes is inspired by the classic Trangia Stormcookers and by camping in the outdoors. With this underlying reference, they encourage contemporary urbanites to stage a picnic in the living room and highlight the way everyday life has changed by reinterpreting the popular icon of the lunch box.

With their shape, the bowls offer a range of possibilities for serving and arranging food. Sia Maiâ lunch boxes offer a humorous comment on our modern lifestyle, which has changed so drastically since the days of the traditional lunch box. The new lunch box comes in the form of beautiful and appealing bowls for serving and storage. The bowls are multifunctional but also insist on playful experimentation with the meal and on drawing attention to our modern-day relationship to food.

Small Lunch Box, small / Dia.: 15 cm H: 8 cm Material: clear glass, coloured rubber bands (comes with yellow, lime, purple and red elastics) Also available in Medium size.

About the designer Sia Mai’s glass creations are all handblown in The Kingdom of Crystal – a part of Sweden with a long and strong tradition of making hand blown glassware. Sia Mai graduated from the highly acclaimed Danmarks Designskole in 1994, specialising in original glass creations. She characteristically uses her work to investigate the different kinds of glass containers in which we keep our food and drink, in order to make our daily meals a sensual experience. Sai Mai has participated in major exhibitions, including New Danish Glass at The National Glass Centre England in 1999 and in 2003 was invited to participate in the Chengju International Crafts Biennial in Korea. Most recently her works have been represented at the Augenschmaus at craft2eu in Hamburg in 2005 and the CC exhibition at the MOMA in New York in 2006.

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Weight 1 kg