GUBI MATÉGOT FRUIT BOWL.
The designer Matégot himself discovered rigid, or thin, perforated metal and wanted to use it in designs. After he had a patent on it, he set up his own production line so that he could use the material in his own designs. Because of the many holes, the metal became flexible like dust, which was unique at the time.
As a result, the material enabled Matégot to turn an everyday eye such as a fruit bowl into an artistic eye-catcher. The metal is therefore "crinkled" at the fruit bowl, making it elegant and elegant. The fruit bowl is available in Midnight Black and Venetian Gold and has a diameter of 37 centimeters. The height is 7.5 centimeters.