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Macedonia tray by Janne Kyttänen

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Macedonia, besides being the name of a republic in South-Eastern Europe, is also the name of a common dessert fruit in Spain, France, Italy and Latin America. It is also a name that designer Janne Kyttänen gave to one of its creations – tray, resembling to a fruit salad when filled with fruits. The design of this unusual fruit bowl comes from the structure soap bubbles build, forming a neat grid that allows fruits to be all together and still be separated. Made by polyamide through selective laser sintering, the grey Macedonia costs about $700.  -via  within4walls

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6 Comments so far to “Macedonia tray by Janne Kyttänen”
  1. Nina Says:

    The name Macedonia is NOT the name of a republic in South Eastern Europe.The name of the republic is F.Y.R.O.M and to write a comment like that is not correct at all, it is not as simple as the object that’s called macedonia and it’s a fruit ball.
    Macedonia Greek: Μακεδονία, Makedonía, is a geographical and historical region of Greece in southeastern Europe. Macedonia is the largest and second most populous Greek region. Together with the regions of Thrace it is often referred to informally as northern Greece.
    Apologies,but I needed to separate the difference.

  2. Suzana Says:

    Amazing design, that holds well, I am also proud to be Macedonian, love it Suzana

  3. Bisera Says:

    I am Macedonian from Macedonia not Greek from Greece. I love the design. Bravo.

  4. kon Says:

    you are from macedonia the area in Greece you mean ok….i don't know any macedonia or macedonian to exist,sorry!you must mean F.Y.R.O.M….

  5. Cyril Says:

    I am also a Macedonian, from Macedonia.
    To me, it is really stupid and fascist from the Greeks trying to bring politics even in the Arts!

    Great deign, though, and greetings from Macedonia.

  6. Michael Says:

    My wife's family is from Macedonia, former Republic of Yugoslavia, and we visited her family in Skopje. My experience there makes me think that they would not in any way think of themselves as Greek. They are fiercely proud of being Macedonian, and at the risk of being repetitive, are very nationalistic. Perhaps the Macedonians already present on this site might weigh in.

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