Jewelled Bowl X Lindsey Fontijn

by Szkło Studio Poland

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Crafted with care, the Bowl with silver stems and jeweled with natural gemstones is a remarkable work of art from Aleksandra Zawistowska in collaboration with goldsmith Lindsey Fontijn. Each glass is hand-blown, a process that ensures no two pieces are exactly alike, imbuing them with a distinctive, one-of-a-kind charm.

The creation of this bowl involves an innovative and experimental approach. By utilizing natural materials like stones and ceramics, the team is able to mold the glass into unique, rough, and organic shapes. This method results in a fascinating interplay of textures and forms, making each glass not just a vessel for champagne but a conversation piece in its own right. Aleksandra’s hand-blown glass, a pivotal component of her personal project – Szkło, intertwines with Lindsey’s metalwork, embellished with stones in varying shapes, types, and hues. This fusion stems from a continuous dialogue between the artists, sometimes in person and other times across distances. The alchemy between silver and glass, both shaped through heat and melding, yields final forms that stand worlds apart – one embodying delicacy and fragility, the other embodying flexibility and resilience.

Szkło, the brand behind these creations, is defined by a passion for deconstructive design and a celebration of individuality. The process of creating each piece is a performance in itself, showcasing the skill and artistry of the glassblowers. The result is a collection that truly encapsulates the concept of ‘perfection in imperfection’ – where the irregularities and nuances of each piece are not just accepted but embraced and highlighted as markers of true craftsmanship.

This collaboration is more than just tableware; they are a testament to the beauty of handmade art, ideal for those who appreciate the uniqueness and character of artisanal creations.

Wash by hand. The sculpture may contain remains of sand, stones and wood used to shape the object. Sculpture may contain air bubbles, sharp edges and scorch marks due to its creation process.

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Szkło [Polish: glass, pronounced /shkwo/] are functional glass sculptures and collectible design objects, hand-blown by Aleksandra Zawistowska with a team of craftsmen. Szkło is a celebration of materials and the glassblowing process, with no two pieces alike. Szkło is a combination of an imaginary approach, years of craftsmanship experience and an admiration for the raw material. Szkło stems from challenging the conventional glassblowing process, turning it into a playful experiment instead. As no traditional moulds are used in the process, the sculptures assume coincidental, spontaneous forms, often challenging the notion of beauty. The glassblowing process becomes as important as the final form itself. The mission of Szkło is to push the boundaries of functionality and material characteristics, turning the simple act of eating and drinking into an experience. It celebrates uniqueness and diversity. It is an invitation to limit our possessions and enjoy the quality of individual objects instead. The designs are shaped by materials, such as stacked bricks, and chunks of wood or stones. The remains of these natural materials are often captured between layers of glass and visible in the finished sculptures. Aleksandra Zawistowska is an artist, designer, working in many fields and techniques, founder of Szkło Studio. Her practice is a combination of a passion for raw, natural materials with an element of spontaneity in design. Her fascination with glass stems from its contradictions - its transformation from hot, liquid magma into a brittle sculpture. She started working with glass while studying at Sandberg Instituut, which she graduated from in 2022. She also works as a sculptor with metal, stone and ceramics.
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