Pottery Jars by Vincent Van Duysen
These jars or pots form part of the Pottery collection designed by Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen. The collection epitomises his spare aesthetic, natural materials and subtle use of colour. Powerful though each piece is in isolation, the collection is conceived as an entity: an evocation of the shelves of stacked vessels in a potters studio. Read as a series, the differences of scale and colour create powerful rhythms and modulations expressed in the subtle but intense palette of a northern European sky.
Each piece is composed of two elements: an earthenware container and a wooden lid. Whilst the angle of the curve and the smooth profile of each pot are fixed, the diameter and the height of the vessels vary. Available in eight colours.
The Pottery series is part of a collection of objects produced by 'When Objects Work'. The Belgian company led by director Beatrice de Lafontaine produces and distributes exclusive objects designed by leading designers and architects whose work shares a preoccupation with simple forms, immaculate function and a timeless idiom.
Ceramic and sandblasted oak
Height: 17cm or 7cm
Lid thickness: 2cm, 3cm
DeliveryUsually 4 weeks
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