Wrinkled Lanterns and Vessels capture the malleable, organic nature of hot glass. Each piece is hand-made by deconstructing blown glass forms, allowing them to wrinkle and collapse.
New Lighting Range 2018
A new range of lights that mimic forms from alternative materials Wood, Paper, Metal and Fabric. Ripped Paper Lantern exploits the transformation of sharp glass shards to soft irregular lenses that naturally harness yet scatter and diffuse light. Crushed soda can inspires a familiar form, and hot glass molded from burnt wooden paneling.
A festival of colorful Ballooned bottles with clear glass string stoppers
Reclaimed glass brick terrariums bring the outdoors indoors using recycled glass in the form of a transparent building block of construction. Inspired by living in very confined spaces in Tokyo and New York City, where environments are very stressful with little care or reference to nature. Each glass brick is hand-made by blowing molten glass into a mould made out of actual bricks. Vessels are stackable while Wall Terrariums are simple to mount by hanging from a 1" screw.
Undulated Wall Mirrors and Platters capture the movement and flow of uneven panes of glass through the use of centrifugal force. Its wavy mirrorized surfaces distort images and bring light into environments without reflecting defined representations of reality.
Fused Pantallas are screens that capture the flow of light through hundreds of individual cross-sections of solid glass cylinders that have been fused together. These bright, solid panels hold light and distort the images on its background, making them ideal for atypical window panes.