Designed by Vincent Van Duysen. The collection of jars or pots epitomises Van Duysens' spare aesthetic, natural materials and subtle use of colour. Evocative of the shelves of stacked vessels in a potter's studio.
Each piece is composed of two elements: an earthenware container and a wooden plate. Whilst the angle of the curve and the smooth profile of each pot are fixed, the diameter and the height of the vessels vary. These shifts in scale determining whether the container framed is a bowl or a platter. The thickness of the wooden plate which serves as both cover and plinth is also variable.
Available in eight colours.
Ceramic and sandblasted oak
Heights of pots 7cm, 5cm, 2cm
Heights of lids 3cm, 2cm
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Vincent Van Duysen
Vincent Van Duysen was born in Lokeren, Belgium, in 1962, and undertook a degree in architecture at the Higher Institute of Architecture Sint-Lucas, Ghent.
In 1990, he opened his own studio in Antwerp concentrating on architecture and interiors. A strong relationship exists between Van Duysen’s designs and architectural projects – he develops furniture and objects with an architectural perspective, creating spatial relations rather than shapes. Subsequently many of his designs reference primary forms or historical objects which Van Duysen redefines through a contemporary lens.