The 'diy' Bowls long elegant form has been inspired by New Zealand’s nautical relationship.
Thatch set out to create a bowl with a pacific form which cradled its contents and framed it as something special.
The bowls are freighted as ‘flat pack’ and slot together. They are fixed in place by the natural tension created as the material is bent.
No additional fixing mechanisms or agents are required.
720 mm28 & 1/4 in
140 mm5 & 1/4 in
180 mm7 in
Shops flat-packed with assembly instructions
Also available in plywood.
Launched in 2006, Thatch Ltd is run by Andrew Johnston. A registered architect, Andrew spent seven years in the construction industry before making a move into product design.
Before returning to New Zealand to attend the University of Auckland’s School of Architecture, Andrew spent his time living throughout the Pacific.
A childhood in Singapore and Rarotonga was followed by an adolescence in New Caledonia and Fiji.Memories of the Pacific often act as inspiration for the
designs Andrew creates and this is evident in the lightness of all of his work.
The DIY by Thatch is a stylish and contemporary fruit bowl to take delight in viewing in any interior space.
Constructed from clear acrylic the ‘diy’ bowl creates a floating display for its contents, with the bowls proportions reflecting a nautical inspiration. Provided as five kitset pieces which can be quickly and easily slotted together – ideal for sending overseas.