Flower vase with aesthetic surface

While the layer-lines common for 3D printed objects puts emphasis on its means of production, the designer came to strategically implement these lines as a surface expression by structuring the object in a concentric and spherical order instead of using the common practice of horizontal layering. As a result, the shape of the output resembles the pottery created on the wheel and the layer-lines on the surface similarly simulate the distinctive hand marks engraved during the traditional method. Moreover, the functionality of "yuyaku" (glaze) is substituted by rubber which does not only prevents water penetration but also adds colors and a unique tone created by unmanageable flow of liquid. This is a work that re-evaluates the trace of process with employing the 3D printing, the futuristic precision technique that ignores the traditional production process.

*The interior of the object should be coated by liquid rubber by customer.

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15.8cm × 15.8cm × 14.9cm
6.22in × 6.22in × 5.88in

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jmura

Product Designer, MA(RCA)

Born in 1978, awarded MA at Design Products, Royal College of Art, UK and MEng at Chiba University, Japan. Jun has working experiences as Freelance product designer to design new products and business with takram design engineering and i.lab (innovation laboratory inc.), researcher at graduate school of engineering, Chiba University and assistant professor at Center for international research and education, Chiba University. Currently working as Product Designer at i.lab and as Project Researcher at i.school, Center for Knowledge Structuring, the University of Tokyo in Japan.

 
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Flower vase with aesthetic surface

While the layer-lines common for 3D printed objects puts emphasis on its means of production, the designer came to strategically implement these lines as a surface expression by structuring the object in a concentric and spherical order instead of using the common practice of horizontal layering. As a result, the shape of the output resembles the pottery created on the wheel and the layer-lines on the surface similarly simulate the distinctive hand marks engraved during the traditional method. Moreover, the functionality of "yuyaku" (glaze) is substituted by rubber which does not only prevents water penetration but also adds colors and a unique tone created by unmanageable flow of liquid. This is a work that re-evaluates the trace of process with employing the 3D printing, the futuristic precision technique that ignores the traditional production process.

*The interior of the object should be coated by liquid rubber by customer.

Size

15.8cm×15.8cm×14.9cm

SO-04

¥ 54,508
* not including shipping cost
Quantity
Material

jmura

Product Designer, MA(RCA)

Born in 1978, awarded MA at Design Products, Royal College of Art, UK and MEng at Chiba University, Japan. Jun has working experiences as Freelance product designer to design new products and business with takram design engineering and i.lab (innovation laboratory inc.), researcher at graduate school of engineering, Chiba University and assistant professor at Center for international research and education, Chiba University. Currently working as Product Designer at i.lab and as Project Researcher at i.school, Center for Knowledge Structuring, the University of Tokyo in Japan.

 
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