Winter Lights can be better with Frozen collection by Maxim Velcovsky

Maxim Velcovsky  - Frozen (1)Frozen by Maxim Velcovsky

The Frozen collection was inspired by the transformation of water into ice. This moment is similar to work in a glassmaker shop. Creating a solid object from a liquid material is an essential characteristic of glass. Each designer attempts a small miracle –turning liquid glass to solid form. Velcovsky allows the glass to spill over a metal form and seeks advantage in its natural properties. Each piece traces a unique record of the process, becoming an original. Maxim found inspiration among pieces of ice created by nature and applied that element of randomness in nature to his craft in the context of glassmaking. The result is a ‘frozen’ sculpture, combining the richness of glass textures, wrinkled details, bubbles and varied thicknesses. Frozen is a series in which no shape is possibly the same. Glassmakers understand their material always ‘freezes’ at some moment in the process and only the most skilled hands are capable of creating a unique form.

  • Dimensions/ Light source/ Weight
  • Small/ Dia 250 x 250 mm +L/ E 14 max 40W/ 6 kg
  • Large/ Dia 290 x 520 mm + L/ E 14 max 40 W/ 10 kg
  • Primary material/ Hand-blown glass

About the artist: Maxim Velcovsky

Maxim Velcovsky

Maxim Velcovsky (b. 1976) completed his studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, in 2002 becoming co-founder of the Qubus design studio. He participated in ninety joint exhibitions and his works are included in the collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, The New Pinakothek in Munich, the Museum of Art and Design in Prague and the Design Museum in Lausanne. In 2007 he won Designer of the Year award. In 2011 Velcovsky became Art Director of Lasvit, also heading the Ceramics and Porcelain Atelier of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.

 Source: LASVIT

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