For this exhibition, Élise Fouin offers a series of stunning objects as the point of departure for a series of scientific borosilicate glassware, created by students in the glassblowing section at the Lycée Dorian in Paris. Élise Fouin’s intervention on these objects, normally thrown away at the end of the year, aims as enhancing them […]
Italian designer Giorgia Zanellato created this great project called Narciso, which started with the intention of designing some vases, focusing on the functionality of the vase as an object. But what is the function of a vase? They are used to display flowers. Narciso is a collection of six different vases which use mirrors to […]
In 2007, Alexandra von Furstenberg launched her innovative and successful furniture and accessories company, AVF, after creating a few personal pieces which then became highly coveted and in demand by friends and peers. Her love of acrylic, plexiglass, lucite in fluorescent and neon colors, takes a brilliant idea, like Philippe Starck’s Ghost Chair, 10 steps […]
Creator, photographer, designer and editor Karl Lagerfeld likes nothing more than expanding his modes of expression. And what better way to do that than to present his first line of crystal products with Orrefors. With an insatiable curiosity, always in search of new creative experiences, this multifaceted artist has had an uncommonly rich career, during […]
I came across this beautiful Ventricle Vase (above) which led me to looking through Toronto based glasswork studio, Tsunami’s portfolio of glass objects. Their meticulously blown work incorporates color gradiencies, that when married with the unique shapes of the different objects eludes to a beautiful and organic fluidity.
I came across the work of recent graduate Emiel Remmelts while doing my tour of Ventura Lambrate during Milan Design Week and was extremely drawn to his interpretive of shelving. Inspired by Russian architect and designer El Lissitzky,
Luiz Zerbini‘s artwork was a very pleasant discovery for us during Art Basel Miami. The Brazilian artist, apparently one of Latin America’s most respected contemporary artists, was represented by Max Wigram Gallery. We immediately fell in love with his large slide frame collages with gelatine and adhesive. There is very little information about him online, […]
Written by Amber Grace Johnson Italian designer Giuseppe Bessero Belti releases his latest design project Experimenta showcasing the evolution of the kerosene lamp through a collection of futuristic vases. Experimenta visualizes a fusion of antiquity