Echoing the forms of antique vases, Furman’s ceramic centrepiece radiates brilliant colour and, in his own words, campness.
Made in Jingdezhen
Dimensions: H:31.5cm, Di: 21.2cm
Production lead time: 4 to 6 weeks.
A world-renowned historical splendour of Lebanon, Baalbek is one of the best preserved Roman cities in the world and inspired Furman to create a collection of exquisitely handmade porcelain vessels in loving homage. Baalbek is a collection that brings together the grandeur of the long distant past, with the vibrant cosmopolitanism of contemporary Beirut and the aesthetic sensibilities of the 21st century, all while supporting and cultivating crafts and skills that go back deep into the distant past.
Two jardinieres and an extra large vessel will join the Baalbek vase in the future
ADAM NATHANIEL FURMAN
The work of artist and architect Adam Nathaniel Furman is a triumph of joyful colour and bold geometry. Through his practice, he explores the expression of nuanced ideas through decoration, such as mixing cultures, pairing classical references with modern technology and articulating radical queer aesthetics. In this reconciliation of opposites, Furman creates in an incredibly sensual but also immediately comprehensible way.
BAIXU AND TEAM
Baixu and her team located in the porcelain capital of China since in 2011. Her team was initially created to promote their ceramic works but now their activities have increased and they are involved in exhibitions, lectures, education. They constantly strive and push the boundaries of the materials and the skills employed in making our designs come to life.
|Dimensions||21,2 × 21,2 × 31,5 cm|