‘landscape Flower Vessel’ – Flintstone Curved Wall Piece
by Studio DO Belgium

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This vessel is a piece of our series ‘Landscape Flower Vessels.
It is a special find of a natural Flintstone, exploited for its opportunities.
Crafted into a flower vase with extracted core cylinder. By this action the stone becomes a unique wall piece. It functions as a flower vessel for a delicate yet gracious flower composition, which can create a sensitive playfulness of colours and shades.

About the series ‘Landscape Flower Vessels’ –
Flowers are intrinsically connected with composition and earth.
Influenced by varied vessels from past to present such as the dutch tulip vase and ikebana, in this series, rocks are turned into sceneries for holding flowers. The extracted core cylinders generate functional segments, composition and landscape.
With few interventions and elements, the designs parade with how theatrical and natural a vase can be.

Type: flower vessel
Materials: Flint-Stone, stainless steel.
Techniques: core-drilling in stone, metal-work

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Studio DŌ | Label & Labour Studio DO is a stone cutting atelier founded by Dana Seachuga and Octave Vandeweghe. These two creatives work independently: Dana as a jewelry maker and Octave as an artist. For Studio DO they joined forces and share their creative visions and expertise. Based in Antwerp, the city of diamonds, Studio DO | Label & Labour is connecting to the city’s history related to stone cutting. Although the industry of diamond cutting is very small in relation to the past, the city of Antwerp is still an icon in diamond-business. The craft of cutting (semi-)precious gemstones on the other hand, disappeared almost entirely. The traditional (and often old fashioned) craft is labour intensive and the affordability of local production is troublesome. Driven by their affection for stone cutting, Studio DO is investigating the craft to deliver a more contemporary approach and to make it functionable within the current markets. Whether based on old or new techniques, they search for progressive possibilities, complemented by a fresh design approach. Therefore they research how to refine traditional techniques towards a more sober making process. While they also learn how to make use of new stone related technologies, in order to make unique objects or smaller series of objects. Further on they study other crafts to find alternative solutions and overthrow conventions. Studio DO | Label & Labour works on design projects, and takes commissions related to art, stones, objects and jewelry. Label & Labour stand along each other as one, becoming inseparable.
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