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Nefertiti Vase - White
Design Roderick Vos
The beautiful Nefertiti vase, a design by Roderick Vos, reminiscent of the Crown of Queen Nefertiti. This particular vase consists of 3 compartments. Very nice, but also very difficult to make – an ode by Roderick Vos to the Dutch ceramics craftsmanship. Beautiful with flowers, as well as wonderful without, as a decorative object. The Nefertiti vase is 34 cm high and can be ordered in (this) white, blue and “Ugly Glazes” which takes a longer delivery time.
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Nefertiti Vase by Roderick Vos
The special Nefertiti vase by Roderick Vos is a beautiful design that is reminiscent of the crown that Queen Nefertiti of Egypt wears on the famous bust in the Neues Museum in Berlin. The vase is not only beautiful but with 3 different vase compartments, it is also difficult to produce. That happens at Cor Unum with slipcasting, a special moulding technology. The Nefertiti vase was shown for the first time at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 2015. An ode by Roderick Vos to Zweitse Landsheer - ceramic designer and founder of Cor Unum, and of an almost forgotten branch of the ‘national’ industry, Dutch ceramics. The Nefertiti is 34 cm high, and apart from this white vase also available in blue and “ugly glazes” a mix of different glazes that each vase a unique decoration.
Handmade Dutch design ceramics
With the Nefretiti vase Roderick Vos emphasizes the importance of mastering designing and making good moulds. A good mould makes it possible to create complex shapes such as this Nefertiti vase. This vase is completely handmade and the production asks considerable ceramic craftsmanship.
Roderick Vos, designer
Roderick Vos (Groningen, 1965) studied Industrial Design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. He left for Japan in 1987 where his interest in Asian culture and products increased. This fascination for Asia is – even today - reflected in his designs. After his studies, he started together with his partner Studio Roderick Vos in 's-Hertogenbosch. Roderick Vos has a clear concept of design: "in my opinion designs need to incorporate some form of modesty. When designers try too hard to 'design', the message does not come across. Simplicity is the key to success, give a product itself the space to tell the story. The idea of evolution I find fascinating and I try to have this interwoven in my designs: has a product the right to live? The fusion of old crafts with innovative industrial techniques is a key characteristic of my designs."
Also manufactured in NL: by Cor Unum
The Nefertiti vase is both a Dutch design and Dutch made product. Pottery workshop Cor Unum in 's-Hertogenbosch produces the Nefertiti vase. Cor Unum (since 1953) develops and produces new ceramic designs, based on innovation, collaboration and sustainability in cooperation with Dutch design talent. The people within the company share one common ideal: everyone deserves a place, everyone has a talent and anyone can contribute to making the world somewhat nicer. The company offers employment to people with some distance to the labour market. Mid ' 90 Cor Unum has consciously opted for the niche of exclusive design. Cor Unum has the experience and know-how of the technical processes to produce top quality ceramics, based on the design of national and international well-known designers, architects and visual artists.
|Dimensions||:34 x 28 cm (h x ø)|
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- Envelope NL (busstuk) € 2,95
- Ordered before 21:00 delivered the next working day in NL
- Ordered before 21:00, delivery after 2 working days in GE and BE
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