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Thu 13.10.

‘Kerameikos’ paper vessels by Siba Sahabi (NL)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 13.10.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Kerameikos' vessels by Siba Sahabi

Young Amsterdam-based designer Siba Sahabi has created a collection of handcrafted vases which reference the ‘aesthetic that was originally established by ancient Greek ceramicists.’ Named after the potters’ quarter in Athens, ‘Kerameikos’ is made entirely out of paper and ‘the series conforms to the present day value placed on antique Greek ceramics where the artistic skills and characteristics determine the price of the object rather than the material.’

'Kerameikos' by Siba Sahabi

'Kerameikos' vessels by Siba Sahabi

About Siba Sahabi:


Siba Sahabi (Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam, 2006) is a poetic designer. Drawing from her German/Iranian roots, the work of Siba aims to show how one culture can influence another, leading to renewal and cultural richness. Her tableware sculptures, fashioned from paper, are inspired by the European and Middle Eastern history of ceramics. A passion for crafts and imperfection drives the process of Siba’s work.

'Kerameikos' vessels by Siba Sahabi

'Kerameikos' vessels by Siba Sahabi

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘Kerameikos’ paper vessels by Siba Sahabi (NL)