Herbert Krenchel for Normann Copenhagen.
Danish material scientist Herbert Krenchel was obsessed with creating a perfectly thin edge, like a millimeter-thin steel plate. He also really enjoyed eating salad. Thanks to his two fascinations, he designed the Krenit bowl in 1953: a perfectly minimal icon of Scandinavian design, perfect for holding your leafy greens. At its edges, a black matte exterior meets colored enamel on the inside of the bowl, which resumed production in 2016.