Ronald Scliar Sasson Slice Fruit Bowl
Slice Fruit Bowl is Silver Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Award Category.
Slice Fruit Bowl

This piece is a fruit bowl made with repetitions of layers of metal sheets with organic deformations and disappointments that repeat almost amorphously, these blades are connected through hidden welding points and are bathed in 24K gold. These overlapping blades intend to repeat the puff of leaves piling up on the ground, or cutting fruit in a logical sense, deformations suggest replication.

Slice Fruit Bowl
Ronald Scliar Sasson Slice
Ronald Scliar Sasson Fruit Bowl
Ronald Scliar Sasson design
Ronald Scliar Sasson design
Ronald Scliar Sasson

I am a product designer focused on a trait that rescues the classic possibilities with contemporary readings, my focus is on the research of furniture, objects and lamps. I am inspired by the architecture and movements of nature, and I always concentrate on the readings that have been interesting to me in the past, both in terms of designers that I admire and still admire, as in the schools that have always been relevant in my training, such as Bauhaus mainly. I feel that the design I make today has relevance in relating these times, as well as all the contemporary reading that I observe and that I think is important for the formation of my work in the future.


Design, elegance and intelligence. Three ideals that guide Riva in the design of products, in the choice of materials and in the partnership with new and established talents. Providing the meeting of high design with functionality and a blend of different materials, Riva has become world-renowned for its silver and 18/10 stainless steel objects, surpassing the limit of simple tableware and decoration: the purest art in contemporary design. Founded in 1988, Riva's history begins with the return of Rubens Simões, then 21, from his US study season. From California to Rio de Janeiro, Rubens brought in a silver silverware carrier, present for his mother. Riva was born in that object. Encouraged by his father, Rubens leaves behind the warmth of Rio for his first trip to Rio Grande do Sul, where he found what he needed to make the next 20 units of the cutlery, which were quickly sold.