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  • Composition: Steel
  • Dimensions: Depth: 13.65 inches Height: 0.98 inches Width: 13.65 inches
  • Product code:58000877LG
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Standard Delivery in 5-8 business days
$ 9.95
Express Delivery in 2-4 business days
$ 19.95
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Matthias Demacker's inspiration for the Moon dish came while experimenting with different patterns, seeking a way to break with regularity. Like the surface of the moon, the Moon dish is made up of holes, which form an irregular pattern and casts a graphic shadow. Perfect for fruit, Moon is a dish with a humorous touch - perfect for the dining room, the coffee table, or the kitchen.
More about Matthias Demacker
Matthias Demacker studied design at FH Niederrhein in Krefeld. During this time, he worked with a number of different architects’ studios, on trade fair exhibition stands and interior shops. After graduating, he moved to Munich and worked for a number of interior design studios.In 2003, he created his own design studio. Matthias Demacker designs for clients in the field of furniture, light and accessories and has received many acknowledgements at international level. My main approach to design is to keep an open eye. My inspiration can be found anywhere - it is about discovering things, for example in your daily life, where you find a certain need for a product or the inspiration can come from other influences like an exhibition, a new material or having a closer look at the moon, which inspired me to play around with random hole structures and led me to create the moon plate for Normann Copenhagen.
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