Duo Vase

by Lahana Alice France

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 19x15x19
Limited Editions Material : 3D printed PLA
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Description

The “Duo Vase” is the result of a long 3D printing process. It is made of recycled plastic and cornstarch.

Thanks to a resin coating, the vase can contain water and be washed out.

Dimensions: 19cm x 15cm

Manufacturing time: 1 week

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 30 cm
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About the designer


Alice Lahana is a french designer based in Paris. While studying at Ensba, she moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil and learned carpentry. On her return, fascinated by this craft, she developed her own workshop. In a desire not to restrict herself to a single material, she experiments with plaster as well as wood, mirror, 3d printers. She thinks of the object as a sculpture, explores its limits and shapes each of its features. This multidisciplinary approach is punctuated by a desire to create a dialogue between artisanal techniques and new technologies, composite materials and raw materials. Self-edited and self-made, each object is made in very small series in Paris and produced only on demand.

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