finish glass artist sini majuri combines 3D-design with old glass blowing techniques in her latest luxury vase collection, dutz. inspired by nature, the premise of the glass collection is to create objects that gain their value from the quality, design and material. ‘sometimes, a very simple object can be multi-dimensional when using glass as a medium,’ explains the designer. ‘for example, there is the visual layer of glass: how does the glass reflect, and how will the colors look in different lighting?’


the vases are mouth blown and shaped by hand, signed and numbered

 

 

majuri‘s vases are mouth-blown and shaped by hand, signed and numbered — each piece has a unique color displayed inside the glass. aiming to capture the natural beauty of glass as a material, majuri used simple shapes to reflect the serenity of the medium, while being weightless and strong at the same time. her intricate vase collection can be found at the international trade fair for interiors, inspiration and lifestyle in munich in 2018.
each piece has unique color play inside the glass


the premise of the glass collection is to create objects that gain their value from the quality


in this prototype, the designer captured the natural essence of green oak treetops


color splashes of each piece are freehanded on hot glass

 

 

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