“CU” Ceramic Vase – XL

by ACdO Spain

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“CU”, is a collection of pieces created in ceramic, copper, and silica with an innovative technique where, as a sort of alchemy, each piece is transformed into a new object in which colors and lines that ornate it emerge in an absolutely unique way through the firing process.

Basketry and ceramics are two of the world’s oldest handicrafts, there are vestiges of pieces of pottery of the Neolithic Age showing that the clay had been molded around a basket structure, showing the interrelation between those two crafts. In this new project, we wanted to return to those first experiments that mix different craft techniques. As a way of a contemporary analogy, we applied a mesh fabric that will leave its mark on the ceramic when fired, marking the vases with mechanical drawings from the industrial process of the fabric production. In this way, abstract patterns are generated that, when applied to the ceramic and after the firing process, leave a pattern between chaos and order. In addition, silica turns the ceramic impermeable while becoming deep green in contact with the copper.

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Alvaro Catalán de Ocón is a renowned Spanish designer known for his focus on protest-related projects, aesthetic expressiveness, and practicality. As a leading figure in the new generation of Spanish designers, he emphasizes personal vision, social responsibility, and sustainability. Catalán de Ocón shapes the present and future of design with a strong focus on social and environmental responsibility. He began his career after studying Industrial Design at the Instituto Europeo di Design in Milan and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. He later founded his studio in Barcelona. Notable creations include the La Flaca lamp, the PET Lamp project that combines PET plastic bottles with artisan craftsmanship, and the Plastic Rivers rug collection made from recycled PET plastic. Catalán de Ocón's work has been exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide, including VitraHaus, Rossana Orlandi Gallery, and the London Design Museum. His products are part of museum collections such as the Center Pompidou, National Gallery of Victoria, MAK, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. His innovative approach combines traditional crafts from different parts of the world with industrial manufacturing processes to create functional and contemporary objects addressing social and ecological issues. ACdO/, co-founded with Enrique Romero de la Llana and Sebastian Betanzo, serves as a platform for self-producing and marketing his most personal projects. Catalán de Ocón has received numerous awards, including the Spanish National Design Award in the professional category, recognizing his significant contributions to Spanish design in the 21st century. His work emphasizes collaboration, sustainability, and intercultural respect in design.
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