by KIM COLIN & SAM HECHT
One off creation produced as prototypes for “Spirit of Resurgence” exhibition, Venice Glass Week 2020. Prototypes limited in number, product rollout under review.
In mathematics, the formulae called ‘Plateau’s Problem’ is to show the existence of a minimal surface with a given boundary. Plateau are unique vases created by Kim Colin and Sam Hecht with a one of a kind process. The glass is blown into a rounded shape and immediately after a flat horizontal textured surface and an ‘L shape’ textured mold is pushed against the vase until a square corner is formed on one side of the vase. With this technique, Kim Colin and Sam Hecht designed a vase that can find its perfect fits in unusual corners, producing rare equilibriums.
Amber | D 210 x W 210 x H 230 mm
Crystal | D 210 x W 210 x H 200 mm
Smoky Grey | D 210 x W 210 x H 200 / 230 mm
Crystal | Smoky Grey | Amber
KIM COLIN & SAM HECHT
Through the use of both a thoughtful consideration of form and a unique understanding of contemporary life, Kim Colin and Sam Hecht create beauty out of utility in the products, furniture and exhibitions they design. Hecht, from London, trained as an industrial designer, while Colin, from Los Angeles, as an architect; together they have helped their clients to produce items that display an understanding of both cultural relevance and spatial use. Their works are held in permanent collections including the Museum of Modern Art in New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Design Museum, both in London.