Posts tagged as 'glass'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.11.2015 - Tagged as: glass, OS ∆ OOS
Bottle-up Project Ukili Taa lights by Studio OS & OOS, photo: Jeroen van der Wielen
The Bottle-up Project is a series of products made of glass waste tourists leave behind on Zanzibar, a tropical island on the coast of East Africa. An initiative of Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne and the Dutch Design Week organisation, the Bottle-up Project was exhibited at DDW 2015 and tells the story behind bottle-up, the development process, the products and the follow-up.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.11.2015 - Tagged as: Barovier&Toso, glass, Murano
Barovier&Toso Factory and Museum Photo Tour, photos: © Architonic
Architonic recently visited Barovier&Toso, one of the oldest glass companies (its history goes as far back as 1295!) on the island of Murano, near Venice, Italy. The exclusive factory visit, a rare event for the typically private company, gave us a glimpse of how these beautiful objects are made by their talented artisans. Also included, a tour of their in-house museum.
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Oui Vase by Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, photo: Erik Five Gunnerud
The Oui Vase is a collaborative project by designers Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, a unique project that celebrates the occasion of their upcoming wedding.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.09.2014 - Tagged as: crystal, glass, Vezzini & Chen
The ‘Geo’ suspended light by Vezzini & Chen has a glowing bone china center form and a clear glass sphere
For the London Design Festival, designers Vezzini & Chen created a collection of lighting and glass ware that express their affinity with nature by encapsulating forms created in fine bone china and glass from which light is directed and diffused.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.06.2014 - Tagged as: glass, Matteo Ragni, Tonelli
‘Mirage’ collection by Matteo Ragni for Tonelli
Design glass and Alpi wood are combined to create intriguing optical illusions in Matteo Ragni’s ‘Mirage’ collection of tables for Italian design brand Tonelli.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.10.2013 - Tagged as: glass
‘Laguna’ glass objects by Cristina Celestino, photo: Mattia Balsamini
‘Laguna’ by Cristina Celestino is a series of borosilicate glass objects made of colorful and overlapping transparent layers which enclose within themselves an empty space, a cavity containing colored liquid.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.10.2013 - Tagged as: glass, Vezzini & Chen
‘Close Up’ table light by Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen
After recently finishing their MA at the Royal College of Art, Cristina Vezzini and Sheng Tsang Chen set up Vezzini & Chen, a ceramic and glass company based in north London. One of their first creations, ‘Close Up’, is a series of pendant and table lights made of bone china and glass.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.05.2013 - Tagged as: Fiam, glass, shelving, Studio Klass
‘Foulard’ glass shelving by Studio Klass for FIAM Italia
A curved glass wall shelves collection, ‘Foulard’ by Milan-based Studio Klass is also a modular system that lends itself to multiple configurations on the wall.