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Nachtmann Petals Vase 28cm Nachtmann Petals Vase 28cm

NextGen Collection 2011 Winner - Petals - 28cm Vase. Nachtmann's heritage as a Bavarian glassmaker stretches back over two centuries. We respect our past, of course, but we are eager to shape our future.Looking ahead, we are on a constant quest to find the next generation of talented glassware designers. This search takes us to our own design studios and to leading art colleges around the world. So far, we have tapped into young design talent in Prague, Tokyo, New York and Stockholm. The results have been creatively and commercially uplifting. Fusing cutting-edge ideas with traditional craft skills, we are creating the next generation of modern classics in glass. NextGen 2011 Winner - Alvaro Uribe - Pratt Institute , New York.I'm originally from Bogota, Colombia. After High School I decided to pursue a career in industrial design in New York and I gained a place at the Pratt Institute.I found every stage of the NextGen project exhilarating, especially the visit to Germany. On the factory tour I saw a droplet of glass being skillfully transformed into a beautiful object ... that's when the scale of the creative opportunity hit me. My inspiration came from studying consumers, who I believe are mostly women. Maybe I have a romantic streak because I pictured a wedding scene with rose petals falling and scattering over a bed! From then, the process was very loose ... I wanted to abstract the element of the rose into multiple facets. After many prototypes, the design took on a life of its own, with the pattern of my crystal vase resembling petals falling to form visual poetry.

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Nachtmann Quartz Vase 16cm Nachtmann Quartz Vase 16cm

NextGen Collection 2011 Winner Quartz - 16cm Vase. Nachtmann's heritage as a Bavarian glassmaker stretches back over two centuries. We respect our past, of course, but we are eager to shape our future.Looking ahead, we are on a constant quest to find the next generation of talented glassware designers. This search takes us to our own design studios and to leading art colleges around the world. So far, we have tapped into young design talent in Prague, Tokyo, New York and Stockholm. The results have been creatively and commercially uplifting. Fusing cutting-edge ideas with traditional craft skills, we are creating the next generation of modern classics in glass. NextGen 2011 Winner Quartz by Catherine Merrick Pratt Institue , New York -16 cm Quartz Vase . I'm originally from Connecticut and Las Vegas, the most and least conservative places in the USA. Anyway, I've lived in Brooklyn for 12 years now, so I guess I'm a New Yorker.I took on lots of projects during my time at Pratt, but NextGen was probably the most fulfilling. My initial inspiration came from geode rocks ... ordinary stones with crystals hidden inside. Apparently, quartz sand is one of the basic raw materials for producing crystal glass and I was fascinated by the sparkling surface of its crystalline structure. I explored the possibility of patterning the inside – rather than the outside – of the vessel with a crystal pattern using the geode as a visual metaphor. In the end I decided that it was the pattern itself that should be showcased. The brilliant crystal and the pattern of the bowl have a wonderful sparkling light refraction that people seem to enjoy ... I know I do.

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Nachtmann Quartz Vase 26cm Nachtmann Quartz Vase 26cm

NextGen Collection 2011 Winner Quartz -26 cm Vase .Nachtmann's heritage as a Bavarian glassmaker stretches back over two centuries. We respect our past, of course, but we are eager to shape our future.Looking ahead, we are on a constant quest to find the next generation of talented glassware designers. This search takes us to our own design studios and to leading art colleges around the world. So far, we have tapped into young design talent in Prague, Tokyo, New York and Stockholm. The results have been creatively and commercially uplifting. Fusing cutting-edge ideas with traditional craft skills, we are creating the next generation of modern classics in glass. NextGen 2011 Winner Quartz by Catherine Merrick - Pratt Institute,New York . I'm originally from Connecticut and Las Vegas, the most and least conservative places in the USA. Anyway, I've lived in Brooklyn for 12 years now, so I guess I'm a New Yorker.I took on lots of projects during my time at Pratt, but NextGen was probably the most fulfilling. My initial inspiration came from geode rocks ... ordinary stones with crystals hidden inside. Apparently, quartz sand is one of the basic raw materials for producing crystal glass and I was fascinated by the sparkling surface of its crystalline structure. I explored the possibility of patterning the inside – rather than the outside – of the vessel with a crystal pattern using the geode as a visual metaphor. In the end I decided that it was the pattern itself that should be showcased. The brilliant crystal and the pattern of the bowl have a wonderful sparkling light refraction that people seem to enjoy ... I know I do.

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Nachtmann Petals Vase 22cm Nachtmann Petals Vase 22cm

NextGen Collection 2011 Winner - Petals - 22cm Vase. Nachtmann's heritage as a Bavarian glassmaker stretches back over two centuries. We respect our past, of course, but we are eager to shape our future.Looking ahead, we are on a constant quest to find the next generation of talented glassware designers. This search takes us to our own design studios and to leading art colleges around the world. So far, we have tapped into young design talent in Prague, Tokyo, New York and Stockholm. The results have been creatively and commercially uplifting. Fusing cutting-edge ideas with traditional craft skills, we are creating the next generation of modern classics in glass. NextGen 2011 Winner - Alvaro Uribe - Pratt Institute , New York.I'm originally from Bogota, Colombia. After High School I decided to pursue a career in industrial design in New York and I gained a place at the Pratt Institute.I found every stage of the NextGen project exhilarating, especially the visit to Germany. On the factory tour I saw a droplet of glass being skillfully transformed into a beautiful object ... that's when the scale of the creative opportunity hit me. My inspiration came from studying consumers, who I believe are mostly women. Maybe I have a romantic streak because I pictured a wedding scene with rose petals falling and scattering over a bed! From then, the process was very loose ... I wanted to abstract the element of the rose into multiple facets. After many prototypes, the design took on a life of its own, with the pattern of my crystal vase resembling petals falling to form visual poetry.

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