Some forms are omnipresent or, at least, generally recognized. These archetypal forms, however simple they may seem, often bring about innovating results when taken out of their original context and used as a new point of departure for furniture design.
By playing with dimensions in his graduation project Schaal n°1, Casimir spurred confusion on the form of the dish and its supposed function. Does this dish remain a dish or is it a table? Eventually, it is up to the user to decide whether Schaal n°1 should be a dish, a side table, … or simply an object.
Schaal n°3 varies with Schaal n°1 and Schaal n°2 in its form. While Schaal n°1 and Schaal n°2 both are segments of a hollow sphere, Schaal n°3 is a sector of a hollow sphere. This explains the respective flat (n°1, n°2) or oblique (n°3) edges on the dishes. Its bottom is also arched. Its weight and its lowered centre of gravity give Schaal n°3 enough stability.
A soft floor can increase its stability. And with the three included pegs it can be stabilised on all types of floors.
Dimensions: Diameter 50 x 12 cm, diameter 60 x 14 cm