Glass Blown Cabinets for Precious Objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

Studio Thier-Vandaalen have challenged two ancient handcrafts; free glassblowing and fine woodworking in their latest project “Round Square”. Presented during Milan design week 2014, the series of objects evoke soap bubbles floating in the air, translated into a collection of storage units designed to showcase precious objects. “Wet wood is commonly used as a mould in free hand glassblowing, but never as a definitive part of the end object,” explain Thier and Vandaalen. “We saw this as a beautiful element to use in process and for the final production piece.” The collection was produced with “Van Tetterode Glas Studio” together with Marc Barreda, exhibiting as part of team up at Ventura Lambrate.

 

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

studio thier-vandaalen glass blown cabinets for precious objects

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