daniel pirsc studio visit
 
daniel pirsc studio visit
jul 01, 2011

daniel pirsc studio visit

daniel pirsc’s studio in mikulov, zech republic image © designboom

designboom was in the czech republic for the inauguration of the first křehký mikulov festival, a collaboration between the regional museum of mikulov and křehký gallery. curated by křehký founders jana zielinski and jiří macek, their vision for the event is to offer a celebration of ‘art design’ outside the chambers of the city, in a place where history, vineyards, a rolling landscape and creativity can come together on a different level. for this first presentation zielinski and macek wanted to represent their own personal selection of czech objects straddling the border between art and design, which have recently impacted them. the discussions of hosting an event in mikulov, approximately 250 km from the country’s capital prague, began two years ago, while zielinski and macek were visiting with good friend and mikulov native, czech ceramicist daniel pirsc. after living in prague for some time, pirsc moved back to the south moravian town in 2003 to open his own workshop / studio to realize his dream of finding an alternative to large series production.

located in the heart of the city’s main square, designboom visited pirsc’s studio space while at the festival, where he is involved in the first hand production of his ceramics, alongside two assistants and his wife. approximately 80-90% of the projects that pirsc produces are his own, while the remaining 10-20% are collaborations with various companies such as czech lighting company lasvit and ogilvyone.

daniel pirsc studio visit small models and moulds line the wall shelves image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit main workspace with moulds upon moulds taking over the shelves and floor image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit airplane mould image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit kiln area with shelves of cooling greenware and glazed pieces image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit limited edition ‘panathenai’ tableware produced for křehký image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit templates and models of ‘panathenai’ tableware image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit finished glazed pieces image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit filigree and ‘buquet’ vases image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit mould for ‘buquet’ vases image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

pirsc’s filigree vases are each individually hand-carved. for every three he works on, only one is sellable.

daniel pirsc studio visit a broken filigree vase image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit pirsc also produces the four typologies of dutch designer richard hutten‘s ‘camoufleur’ limited edition vases for křehký image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit ‘roza’ lights for lasvit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit image © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit designer daniel pirsc portrait © designboom

daniel pirsc studio visit daniel pirsc’s studio located in the heart of mikulov image © designboom

stay tuned with more designboom coverage from the křehký mikulov festival!

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