In order to conceive this object Bogna found her inspiration in the beaks of birds and the image of these animals feeding their baby birds was the starting point of the design. The newspaper holders, made from sheets of carbon metal, have a specific form and a regular shape. They suggest the image of the beaks and at the same time they are a practical and minimalistic element of the interior. The material underlines both the lightness and the strength of the holders. Whenever wanted, the smaller beak can be inserted into the bigger one. The sharp edges have been secured by metal overlays, which are also the binder of the two pieces.
The process, fully handcrafted, consisted first of cutting the sheets and then welding them to obtain the shape of a beak sought by the designer. Polishing the metal surface and erasing the traces of the welding was also a laborious process but essential for the final look.