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Designer Fatima Al Zaabi

Emirati Clay x Italian Murano Glass – Vases

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Description

This collection explores the analogies between the different materials, crafts, cultures, and heritages.
It aims to enhance the craft by merging hand and machine-made techniques.
Using parametric design and digital fabrication tools to create molds, while artisans directly manipulate the glass and clay in the molds.
This collection aims to demonstrate how tradition and innovation can coexist in the same project, which is why the daring experiment highlights how glass and clay can be elements of the same object.

Limited Edition:
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Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

14x14x45

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Production Year

2019

Weight (kg)

3 kg.

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Color

,

Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

14x14x45

Material

,

Production Year

2019

Weight (kg)

3 kg.

The designer

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Fatima Al Zaabi
Fatima Al Zaabi is an Emirati architect and designer. Her work focuses on digital technology and exploring different material processes with advanced digital fabrication methods. She received her Bachelor in Architecture at the American University of Sharjah and received a Master of Science in Architecture Design and Research in Digital Technologies concentration, at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan. She is a founding partner and a managing director in studio D04, established in 2014. Her work spans from a range of scales and materials to incorporate interior design, installations, and products that explore traditional local crafts and culture.

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