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Dish Doctor Dish Rack - opaque - des. Marc Newson, 1998 (made by Magis)


Even washing the dishes can be approached with an original, playful spirit, thanks to Dish Doctor: a draining rack created by combining two rounded polypropylene shells. This particular Dish Doctor is opaque / colourless. Its shape is reminiscent of a ship, with two cutlery holders for funnels. Inside, a forest of round-tipped spikes keep the tableware in order after rinsing. Dish Doctor offers an outstanding production quality, worlds away from your common or garden polypropylene draining rack, and Marc Newson took care of every detail of its distinctive design, including the packaging. Dish Doctor always looks great but is especially handy in small kitchens. 

Material: standard injection-moulded glossy polypropylene.

Magis logo stamped on each Magis product vouching for their originality.

Approximate dimensions: 46 cm long, 39 cm wide, 10 cm deep

About Marc Newson

Brilliant Aussie Marc Newson has been described as the most influential designer of his generation. He has worked across a wide range of disciplines, creating everything from furniture and household objects to bicycles and cars, private and commercial aircraft, yachts, various architectural commissions, and signature sculptural pieces for clients across the globe.

His clients include a broad range of the best known and most prestigious brands in the world – from manufacturing and technology to transportation, fashion and the luxury goods sector. Many of his designs have achieved the status of modern design icons. Newson was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World, and has received numerous awards and distinctions.