Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors by Dimitri Bähler

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In Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors, Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler explores the concept of usefulness in our homes. Playing with the archetypal purpose of ceramic vessels, the collection features shallow dishes, some with irregular surfaces and chunky vases in bright colors. The pieces feature a large surface area on purpose: so they can receive different patterned textures. Playing with the surface texture and color of the pieces, the designer hopes to create a “a dialogue between functionality and non-functionality, minimalism and decoration, questioning the concept of usefulness in our homes.”

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Dimitri Bähler

via dezeen

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