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"Changing Vase" is front designs submission to the "Chocolate" exhibition, curated by Naoto Fukasawa at Issey Miyake foundation in Tokyo.

The series conceptual bases begins with the traditional forms of Chinese vases and bowls which are then given a modern, contemporary look via their double walled, hand-blown construction.  By constructing the pieces from transparent borosilicate glass, the works display the color of the liquid in. Measurements: LW01: 6.0 x 4.5 (H)         …

Li-wai series reflect traditional chinese ceramics

studio KDSZ li wai series defines glass cup cores as ancient chinese bowls- WOWWWWW

by front by swarovski

Randomly Crystallised is a collection of vases and lighting by Swedish designers Front for Swarovski Crystal Palace


Ruth Gurvish: Lightscape for Nymphenburg – a European porcelain.


Precision-cut crystals merge with hot liquid crystal to create a melding of individual expression. "Randomly Crystallized" by FRONT for Swarovski.

#MarcelBreuer #Architecture #Design #Bauhaus Marcel Breuer Design Classics "Structure is not just a means to a solution. It is also a principle and a passion" http://www.bauhaus-classics24.com/de/marcel-breuer

Bauhaus Tea infuser and strainer, ca. 1924 Marianne Brandt (German, Silver and ebony



Nymphenburg wafer-thin porcelain vessels and vases, designed by Ruth Gurvitch

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Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Front Design // Changing vase Ming

Daniel Hulsbergen – Centerpiece | A R T N A U

Daniel Hulsbergen - Centerpiece

Daniel Hulsbergen – Centerpiece // Centerpiece is series of sculptural vases with a combination of two traditional Dutch crafts. A combination of fragmented Delfts Blue vases with beautifully hand crafted wicker braiding // 2011