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This piece by Tsukasa Goto is the result of the materials’ transition: from decorative to essential shape.
The borosilicate element has two types of section: one smooth and one striped. Combining the two types of profiles at a height of 1/3 there is a pre-defined horizon line overlaid on the water line.
Designer Tsukasa Goto, Japan (2018)
Material Borosilicate glass
Height 29.5 / 11.6"
Diameter 8cm / 3.15"
Tsukasa Goto supports his design activity through constant research and experimentation of materiality, textures and chromaticity in natural materials, in everyday objects.
An active and concrete approach that leads him to touch, feel, work and transform materials with his craftsmanship. A child's curiosity that pushes him to search, touching with his hand, the intrinsic possibilities of the materials. A research and development that he calls "facendo" that leads to the creation of unique and sculptural pieces, references for the development of industrialized projects.
Founded in Germany in the early 20th Century, Ichendorf moved to Milan in 1990. Renown for quality and craftsmanship, Ichendorf is a specialist in hand-blown glass tableware and decor objects producing a mix of contemporary and classic designs.