Dessin Coffee/Tea Cups

by Irina Flore United States (US)


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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 8x9x10
Open Editions Material : 3D printed PLA, Borosilicate glass
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“Dessin” is a collection of coffee and tea cups inspired by the cup holders called “podstakannik”, which designer Irina Flore had in her childhood home.

The sculptural handles are a representation of the silly, imperfect drawings Flore makes. Each designer has their own way of expressing their ideas, but most of the time, everything starts with a sketch or a doodle. The handles are those sketches brought to life into a 3D shape, and they are interchangeable.

The “Dessin” cups are part of the “Extraordinary Objects” collection. It was part of the “Here&Now” exhibition during Detroit Month of Design 2021, and “Proximity” exhibition at the National Art Gallery in Portland Oregon, December 2021.

The glass is handblown in Istanbul, Turkey and the handles are 3D-printed in Portland, Oregon. Sold individually.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 30 cm
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About the designer

Irina\'s design practice focuses on functional art -everyday objects. The statement pieces that Irina likes to design are objects that tell a story. Each design has an elaborated process with research on material, form, and function. The fabrication and the process is essential aspect of the narrative of her designs. She collaborates with artisans, and this is a significant part of her practice because she grew up in a family of craftspeople in a small town in Romania. Her design practice focuses on advanced technologies but also on old traditions and crafts.

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