Kadō Collection

Kadō is a Collection inspired by the Japanese art of flower arranging – “ikebana”. The hand cartved vases are created by experimenting between shape and the various arrangement possibilities of plants. The main idea of the collection is to enable spiritual exchange between humans and nature. The artworks serve as an organic canvas where it can display a new story with different flower arrangements, emphasizing the delicacy and beauty of the plant.

Vase No_ 005
Vase No_ 006
Vase No_ 008
Vase No_ 009
Vase No_ 010

LIVING FORMS is a limited collection of unique handmade pieces creating contemporary collectible design. The presented objects are an attempt at a dialogue between the essence of fine art and the functionality of design, in order to create intimate objects which bring humans closer to nature.

The forms of the lamps are the result of the intuitive approach of modernist philosopher Henri Bergson. In his methodology, intuition is a result of our organism and, thus, of nature, contributing to the primal reality being understood.The built pieces are made of organic, abstract shapes that seem recognizable even though we’ve never seen them before. On the primal stage, they engage with the senses. The collection is made using pigmented plaster, experimenting with traditional carving techniques to create distinctive finishes. Using this method, I was able to create textures similar to natural patterns, which are diverse and unpredictable.

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