MK Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is an example of modern simplicity. Designed by Marcio Kogan this decorative bowl is an example of his particular design aesthetic that reduced design complexity, the unadorned shape celebrates function over everything else. As a part of a series of bowl designs, the Super Bowl embraces a simple structure and straightforward functionality. Kogan’s work often examines internal and external spaces, and the Super Bowl embraces this idea through the juxtaposed materials of copper on the interior and Brazilian rubber on the exterior surfaces. Available in two sizes: Small and Large.
An architect with his roots in film, Marcio Kogan has made a name for himself as a Brazilian designer with a modern aesthetic. Kogan was born in São Paulo and graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from Mackenzie University in 1976. Kogan’s background and love for cinema are seen as major influences in his design work. In 2011, his body of work was honored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and he was given an honorary membership in the organization. His designs play with the simplicity of form, the correlation of volume and the relationship between internal and external spaces. This is evident in his product design as well as his architecture. His design of the Super Bowl is an example of simplicity and a play on materials, with Brazilian rubber paired with copper. Kogan’s architectural work includes the B&B House in Sao Paulo and the Redux House in Bragança Paulista, Brazil.