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Bowl Circle

by Finn Juhl

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The Circle Bowl was designed in 1954 by internationally acclaimed architect Finn Juhl, but it was not put into production until recently by Danish brand Architectmade. Finn Juhl decided to build upon a basic shape to create a new and exciting form. With carefully thought out proportions, the sides are symmetrical and precisely balanced, as they rise as much as they recede, creating an extraordinary play of reflections. The Circle Bowl is designed as a perfect circle, yet visually creates the illusion of an ellipse. Crafted with the highest quality stainless steel, extra thin, mirror polished, the Circle Bowl is an iconic piece.

The Circle Bowl is part of Architectmade's collection. Architectmade is a Danish brand offering a glimpse into a few, rare design objects that some of Denmark’s leading architects created along their way to fame years ago. Celebrating timeless products that last, at the opposite of the "throw away" culture, Architectmade is renowned for its excellent craftsmanship. With three rounds of quality control, objects are made to stand the test of time and designed to be passed along to generations to come.

Circle Bowl by Finn Juhl
- Iconic, timeless Danish design
- Mirror polished stainless steel
- Available in two sizes: Small (diameter 7.9") and Large (Diameter 11.8")




Finn Juhl
Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl is a Danish architect, interior, and industrial designer. He stands out as one of the most successful international breakthroughs of the Danish architects of the 1950’s. To date, he is one of Denmark’s most famous architects, known for his bold sculptural forms and ultra-refined detailing. A leading figures of "Danish design", exemplifying the quality, craftsmanship, and beauty that helped the country become a leader in modern home furnishings in the 1940-50’s. Finn Juhl's work had a great influence on the following generations of Scandinavian designers. He went on to design the Trusteeship Council Chamber in the United Nations Headquarters in New York as a gift from Denmark to the UN and is renowned for stating “One cannot create happiness with beautiful objects, but one can spoil quite a lot with bad ones”.