Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis : Money Bowls

London based Latvian designers Arthur Analts and Rudolph Strelis latest project is a series of bowls made in collaboration with the Bank of England. Money Bowls are made in two sizes – 23 cm and 50 cm diameter. The small bowl is made out of 1000 shredded GB pounds, and the large one from 3000 pounds !

Money bowls reflect the thin borders between valuable and useless, stable and variable, ancient and contemporary. Stability – one of the bowls basic principles is taken out. When bowls are spun, they can rotate up to 2 minutes, symbolizing the change and rotation of the cash rate. Bowls are a great accent to the interior as they are intriguing and interactive.

After their success during Clerkenwell Design Week 2012, the bowls will be exhibited at London Design Week in September.

Photos © Arthur Analts

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