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Designer Geke Lensink

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Description

The octagonal ceramic jars are developed and produced by Cor Unum. The shape of the sixty centimeter high vase is derived from associations with age-old, decorated vases whose fragments are glued together again. The abstracted Arabic patterns on the white vases break at the corners and are combined with black geometric shapes, creating a rich contrast.

The jar comes in 6 different graphics, each graphic is made in a limited edition of 8.

Limited Edition: 8
Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

42x42x62

Weight (kg)

7

Material

Production Year

2019

Color

Number of pieces created (Limited edition)

8

Design Class

Variation

JAR #1, JAR #2, JAR #3, JAR #4, JAR #5, JAR #6

Additional information

Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

42x42x62

Weight (kg)

7

Material

Production Year

2019

Color

Number of pieces created (Limited edition)

8

Design Class

Variation

JAR #1, JAR #2, JAR #3, JAR #4, JAR #5, JAR #6

The designer

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Geke Lensink
Geke Lensink is a Dutch furniture and ceramics designer, whose minimalist, bold aesthetic celebrates a matter-of-fact functionality. She is motivated by the thought of combining the capabilities of today’s technology with a return to the core worth of a product. In this increasingly complex world, Lensink has a simplified approach to the design and production process, favoring pared-back shapes in innovative materials. It exudes a sense of pure functionality over complicated conceptualization. All her recent work is part of the project named souvenir The designs of the souvenir collection are reflections of our global society in which cultures increasingly merge. Geke Lensink designed minimalistic stools and vases with geometrical patterns, decorative plates and wooden benches that despite the differences in material, shape and colour form a close-knit family. Lensink’s designs are easily recognizable for their broad wooden frames and graphic silhouettes. Chairs and stools are often accented with flowing geometric lines, offering a visual resting place 
as much as a physical one. Indeed, Lensink’s pieces adhere to a strict minimalist code but it is this apparent simplicity that makes her work stand out. The designer’s work is regularly presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan, as well as numerous exhibitions and events in the Netherlands, London, Stuttgart, Paris, and Cologne. Her work will be part of the upcoming exhibition ‘a chair and you’ by collector Thierry Barbier-Mueller and the new book ‘Woman Made: Great Women Designers’ published by Phaidon.
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Jorn Konijn
Jorn Konijn is the Adorno curator of design destination Amsterdam. JAR by Geke Lensink is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Amsterdam. As a local and recognized design expert Jorn Konijn's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Geke Lensink is a safe investment in the most important design from Amsterdam right now.

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