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Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6
Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6
Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6
Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6
Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6

Giro - Plats et coupelle - Set of 6

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In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of one single form into eighteen different configurations. 

Details: 
  • Set of 6 pieces 
  • Width: from 8 cm to 50 cm 
  • Height: from 2 cm to 2.5 cm
  • Material: 100% mediterranean terracotta clay
  • Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco
  • Certified food safe glaze 
  • The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item
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Julie Richoz is a Swiss-French designer. After graduating from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne (2012), she worked for Pierre Charpin as a project assistant (2013-2015). Since then, she set up her design studio in Paris, where she enjoys with curiosity and sensibility, to develop her own language through objects. From uniques pieces to industrial scale, she sees a form of continuity rather than difference between the two ways of production. In both cases fascinated by the savoir-faire, by the passion and by the precision in handling the materials. Her practice ranges from object, furniture, lighting to textile, for companies such as Alessi, Louis Poulsen, Tectona, Louis Vuitton, La Manufacture de Cogolin, Galerie kreo among others. She was a designer-in-residency at CIRVA/ Research Center on Art and Glass in Marseille (2013), at Sèvres/ Cité de la Céramique (2013), and at Casa Wabi, Mexico (2017) She was awarded of the Grand Prix at Design Parade (2012), Swiss Design Awards (2015 / 2019), Bourse Leenaards (2016) and was finalist of Hublot Design Price (2016). Since 2017, she teaches industrial design at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne.