"Duna" Vase

by AYRES Mexico

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 20x20x28
Open Editions Material : Marble
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Description

This contemporary piece is hand carved from one piece of marble. AYRES MX produce their designs in several states in México, for example in Puebla, where they produce stone designs. They seek to establish fair terms of trade with artisans which allow them to offer objects 100% handmade with high-quality materials and the most beautiful handcrafted work.

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Weight 17 kg
Dimensions 42 × 42 × 35 cm
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AYRES

Karim Molina, Textile designer from Caracas, Venezuela. In AYRES design utility and simple objects with a primary aesthetic. Our basic shapes are unique, remembering prehispanic utensils. Inspired by our historical, natural and primitive roots, we highlight the beauty of the materials, design and quality. We work with natural materials like lava rocks and natural leathers. Our processes are completely handmade allowing each object be a unique piece, love to always explore new tecniques and materials. We work our designs in several states in México. We seek to establish fair terms of trade with artisans and that can allow us to offer objects 100% handmade with high quality materials and the most beautiful hand craft work. Our philosophy is that all we deserve special objects that tell a story and a purpose within our spaces, that is why we personally seek the materials and the artisans we work with, these gives a sentimental and totally intimate side to each of our designs. We design and create simple handmade objects with the finest materials and a great story behind, proposing a simple, natural and personal life.    

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