Amandine David’s Azar Pot channels the infinite repetition of Moorish decorative motifs, but with the introduction of “systematic errors” in its 3D design files that add to its beauty and its visual impact. Ancient Moorish artists sometimes interrupted the regularity of their patterns with intentional imperfections in their handiwork, and with her Azar collection, David is proposing a contemporary, digital reinterpretation of this idea. Made from glazed clay.
Height: 17 cm
Width: 17 cm
Material:100% terracotta clay
Technique: 3D printed
Carefully hand wash
14 days return policy
A designer and researcher based in Brussels, Amandine David focuses on combining craft with digital practices. In her role as co-founder of the Hors-Pistes residency, she initiates creative encounters between young designers and skilled artisans, enabling the designers to discover foreign craft techniques and the artisans to enhance their know-how by diversifying the applications of their skills.
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