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GLASS NEWSON VASE

Marc Newson

2020

Instantly recognizable sculptural lines define the Glass Newson Vase collection, by Marc Newson. A new edition of a timeless classic, designed using ceramic in the ‘90s, this vase echoes the sinuous form of the Orgone lounge chair, by Newson – a detail that will not go unnoticed by afficionados attentive to the evolution of the project.

 

Made of paste-coloured transparent Murano glass, mouth-blown into a mould, the Glass Newson Vase is available in amethyst, emerald green and air force blue: a highly contemporary palette, studied to emphasize the curved shape of the design.

 

Each glass vase in the Glass Newton Vase collection is one-of-a-kind, the fruit of the ancient art of master glassmakers. Any irregularities in the colour or thickness of the glass, or any tiny air bubbles, are due to the artisanal workmanship, and likewise should be considered a valuable addition.

Instantly recognizable sculptural lines define the Glass Newson Vase collection, by Marc Newson. A new edition of a timeless classic, designed using ceramic in the ‘90s, this vase echoes the sinuous form of the Orgone lounge chair, by Newson – a detail that will not go unnoticed by afficionados attentive to the evolution of the project.

 

Made of paste-coloured transparent Murano glass, mouth-blown into a mould, the Glass Newson Vase is available in amethyst, emerald green and air force blue: a highly contemporary palette, studied to emphasize the curved shape of the design.

 

Each glass vase in the Glass Newton Vase collection is one-of-a-kind, the fruit of the ancient art of master glassmakers. Any irregularities in the colour or thickness of the glass, or any tiny air bubbles, are due to the artisanal workmanship, and likewise should be considered a valuable addition.

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Marc Newson
Marc Newson

Born in Australia, Marc Newson has worked all over the world: first in Tokyo, then Paris, and finally in London, where he opened Marc Newson Ltd. along with Benjamin de Haan, in 1997.

Most of his creations have attained the status of true cultural symbols, in fact the most important museums in the world contend for his words: including the...