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Echasse Bowl, Small, Smoke

by Theresa Rand

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The Small Echasse Bowl is the latest addition to the Echasse Series by Theresa Rand for Danish Design House MENU. Reimagining the classic elegance of glass vases and bowls, the Échasse Series brings a minimalist silhouette with a distinguished, playful edge to modern and traditional spaces. Theresa Rand’s playful concept beautifully interprets the word “échasse”: French for “stilts”. The slender, stilt-like supporting legs delicately suspend the glass forms, creating a sense of lightness while ensuring stability.

The Échasse Bowl - available in two sizes in smoked glass and brushed brass - offers a modern, centerpiece-worthy take on the traditional serving bowl. Its expression ethereal, its design elevated in every sense, the Échasse Series offers infinite possibilities for experimentation. Alone or together, filled with flowers, fruits and objects or displayed alone as sculptural focal points, these pieces enliven modern spaces with equal parts daring and grace.

MENU is a Scandinavian design house, harnessing the skills of top designers and craftspeople in Scandinavia and around the world to create contemporary design that is clean, clever and natural. These principles culminate in an aesthetic called soft minimalism. Together with its Danish Modernist roots, this concept serves as a foundation for designers to unite heritage with a fresh vision for modern living, reimagining mid-century modern values.

Echasse Bowl, Small, Smoke, by Theresa Rand for MENU
- Soft minimalist design
- Brass, Mouth-blown Glass
- H 5.1" x Diameter 5.9"
- Made in Turkey


Solid Brass, Glass
H 5.1" 5.9"


Theresa Rand
Theresa Rand

Studio Theresa Rand, is a Copenhagen based design studio working on furniture and interior design projects. The studio's work focuses on the use of high quality, natural materials and the way in which they are combined. The outcome is a range of functional but poetic furniture with a story to tell, and spaces with a strong atmosphere, which put focus back on the people living and acting in these spaces.