Floralia pink

by Eragatory
Not For Sale
Blue version also available
Green version also available

This design balances on the edge in-between functionality, digital aesthetics, mass customisation and object Oriented Eclecticism. In contrast to contemporary thought and design, which views things as the aggregation or assembly of smaller bits and parts, in Object Oriented Design new objects emerge out of an ecology of interaction of multiple and heterogeneous objects. Through a process of formation or computation, highly differentiated, contradictory concepts and structures can become one object, without resulting in an incongruous collage.

The use of contemporary production techniques as 3d printing offers this design a substantial relevance, since it is designed throughout a series of semi automated steps. This would enable the creation of several geometrical variations and color schemes for this design, with the advantage of being able to print out customised vases on demand. All slightly different in erosion type or formation. Always following the same design rules, production time and all for approximately the same price. Economically this makes a lot of sense since their would not be any overstock needed like in other production methods, where prices only go down depending on a large amount of produced items.


IN: 3.701 w x 7.127 d x 5.787 h
CM: 9.4 w x 18.102 d x 14.7 h


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@ltothaz I'm glad to tell you that the vases have been updated and are ready for production. Best regards Isaie
May 2, 2013, 7:32 am
@Eragatory Thanks, its too late for mothersday, but I'm still interested in one, please let me know once this is fixed.
May 1, 2013, 2:06 pm
@ltothaz I allready contacted Shapeways according to this incident. The fact is that it is printable since I allready sold a dozen of them and that I have 3 of them at home. I'll get in contact with you again once they figured out what their problem is. You can always contact me by mail on isaiebloch@gmail.com Best regards Isaie
April 30, 2013, 1:24 pm
I really LOVE this vases... the looks modern and old at the same time... made by nature or coming from another planet! Amazing!!
December 28, 2012, 10:36 pm
@Eragatory This vase was featured in the Designer Spotlight http://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/1830-Designer-Spotlight-Isaie-Bloch.html
December 17, 2012, 6:01 pm


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