glass blown shelf


With the fascination to show beautiful, funny or precious objects, Studio Thier&vanDaalen launched this design. An intense coloured shelf, made entirely from glass. In this design we combined traditional crafts with modern technology.
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petali

Petali is inspired by the traditional Venetian mirrors produced since centuries in Murano. The piece offers a contemporary interpretation of the traditional mirrors, but preserving the traits of refinement and uniqueness that distinguish them.
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prism chair

“This creation will be like a shimmering sculpture. Miraculous expression is brought by the refraction of light.”
+ tokujin yoshioka

chandelier Maria C.S.

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Maria S.C. chandelier is made from laboratory test tubes, set in two plywood bands. This surprising material and geometric shape makes this lamp both classic and innovative. The double glass cylinder recalls Art Deco forms in a unique contemporary way.
+ Pani Jurek

100% sand

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The project investigates, if and how design processes can take advantage of the integration of natural elements in terms of creation.
These collections of vases look for a balance between the materials, choosing the two most important in terms of history and percentage, with a high content of sand in their mixes; The CONCRETE 60% and the Glass with a 40%.
+ anabella vivas

osmosi furniture

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Osmosi is an edition of unique glass and marble pieces, marrying both materials into sculptural objects and pieces of furniture.
Through gravity alone they fit together in synchronized harmony.
+ babled

liv vases

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Liv is a series of vases and torches made of mouth blown glass. The different shapes inspires a varied and playful use, and works well both individually and in groups. The vases are made of transparent glass. This gives the flowers light, and the user a full view of the content, while at the same time defining the space around it. The lantern comes in both transparent and dark cobalt blue glass.
+ kristine five melvaer

water pitcher block

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For Antonio Aricò, a water carafe includes the essentials of a rounded and comfortable shape with a handle, and is used to offer a nice, fresh glass of water to guests and friends.
Playing on the idea and shape of purity and simplicity, Antonio wanted to create again an emotional object: organic, minimal but strong and full of character. Like a giant ice cube, the body of the carafe is iconic and straightforward.

+ antonio arico

plantation

Plantation / Alicja Patanowska


The plantation was established because of the need to find a remarkable, almost symbolic use of what has been abandoned. The result is a porcelain object that rests in a common glass and which allows the observation of the growing process of plants, both its stem as well its root.
+ patanowska

milo lamp by lightovo

Milo lamp / lightovo


The flower inside the glassy hat, on a pedestal, where we can celebrate its presence and observe how it grows.
The glass closing was designed so that the interior was equipped with good air circulation and you could take the plant out effortlessly and take care of it.
The lamp is made specifically for pot plants that need a lot of light to function and grow.
+ lightovo

among the trees

among the trees / Vyrobeno Lesem

A collection of bowls and vases blown into the trees. The resulting form copies the structure of the treeand the product line represents the view from aboveto the depth of the forest.
Among the trees for Vyrobeno Lesem
+michaela tomiskova
+vyrobeno lesem

round square

round square / thier van daalen

glass bells to show your precious objects

When blowing soap bubbles in the air Iris & Ruben had the dream to capture these temporary beauties in a tendril frame. The fascinating effect of a floating bubble which adapt to its surrounding until it snaps, was the inspiration for a new series of objects in glass combined with wood by Studio Thier&VanDaalen.
+thier van daalen

cui

cui/ adrian froufe

Cui is a bird feeder made in glass and rope that rejects traditional forms associated with these type of objects and wants to stand out into the natural environment with its brilliant white color.
Each piece is blown by glass experts of the Corning Museum of Glass and then assembled by hand individually.
+adrianfroufe

waterfall

waterfall/ tokujin yoshioka

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has developed ‘waterfall’, the world’s largest optical glass table. In form it is a 4.5 meter giant optical glass block which reminds one of water running down the surface of a sheer cliff. The piece was originally developed for a private gallery located in the heart of Tokyo in 2006, and drew from his earlier 2002 project, ‘water block’.
+tokujin

“i” magnifying glass

"i" magnifying glass/ nocc studio

“I” is a magnifying glass. it’s longitudinal form allows you to browse through the pages each time increasing the required lines of text.
+nocc studio

insectes

insectes/ ferreol babin

blown glass, lacquered steel
Research on glass blown on steel structures made with CIAV Meisenthal.
+ ferreol babin

glass wood II

glass wood/ alexa lixfeld

„With Alexa Lixfeld being more a process- than a product designer, the GlassWood collection is essentially about bringing together what was already there, but which remained disconnected, allowing incidents and accidents, and generating beauty, openness, social dynamics, and an endless fascination.“

+alexalixfeld

falaise vases

falaise vases/ ferreol babin

Designed by Ferréol Babin’s, clear vases are draped over cliffs as though water froze in time imitates running aground on the jagged rocks.
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forest story

forest story/ vyrobeno lesem

Craft experiment as a living dialogue between the hot glass and bits of wood. Bring together these two unyielding elements gives this unique collection its final form and atmosphere.
Results are unexpected and charming.
Forest story for Vyrobeno Lesem
material: glass
photo: Tomáš Brabec
+vyrobenolesem
+michaelatomiskova

Cinderella’s series

Cinderella series/ annaterhaar

The Cinderella’s series Table and Side Table are a folluw up of the Cinderella’s Chair series, made for the nomination of the Bernadine de Neeveprijs. The Bernadine de Neeveprijs is an award for a young designer for working with glass in a new way.
The table of the Cinderella’s series has just like the Cinderella’s Chair its own prosthesis of glass. It looks like someone took a bite out of its corner and replaced it by something so fragile, like a prosthesis of glass, that it is hard to imagine that the glass carries the weight of the table.
+ annaterhaar

the invariants

the invariants/ mahno

Sergey Makhno has created a series of vases called The Invariants using materials, familiar to us from childhood, such as concrete and a three-liter jar.
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quark coffee table

quark coffee table/ emmanuel babled

This coffee table designed by Emmanuel Babled beautifully mimics the natural flowing liquid nature of water in its transparent plexiglass material.
+babled

water mimicking carafe

water mimicking carafe/ nocc studio

«This smooth pebble shaped carafe has on its inside a crystal formation reminiscent of those found inside geodes. When pouring, the water contained in the carafe slowly streams through the crystal formation in the same way it would coming out of a cave. The crystals give the water a nature inspired dynamic as it also purifies it on its way to the glass. »

+nocc
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glass pillow

glass pillow/ marleenkurvers

A pillow becomes a floor lamp. An object that fills the room with a warm glow. The contrast between the glass and the image of a soft pillow makes this lamp an unusual object.
+marleenkurvers

driftwood lamps

driftwood lamps/ rebeccaasquith

I love walking along beaches looking at shells, finding interesting bits of wood, worn glass, and other flotsam and jetsam from the ocean.
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