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€150
Planter, achievable in small series, in black sandstone made entirely by hand and unglazed to allow a porosity of the shard.
  • Material : Sandstone
  • Color : 5156.5126
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Window box modèle 1

Camille Tréhout

€150

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Planter, achievable in small series, in black sandstone made entirely by hand and unglazed to allow a porosity of the shard.

  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Type personnalisé : 5124
  • Type : Jardinieres
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes
  • Dimensions : H14xL13xl26cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

This planter can contain soil and plants. It is pierced with a hole in the bottom of the tank to allow a flow of water. The plate allows the recovery of moisture.

This basketry is inspired by the Japanese tradition of Ikebana. This floral art highlights each element of the composition, the vase itself being of great importance. Braided through my Western hands, this basketry tends to respect the great principle of harmony between man and nature.

Can go outside but beware of freezing ... better to return or protect the room (risk of breakage). Designed by hand in the workshop, these pieces can be subject to slight variations in shape and weight.

Craftsman

Vibrations, shadows, contrasts, stretches of rocks, dust, water, snow or ice. Curves, duvets, stops, points, fragments, iridescence, depths, transparencies ... The poetics of the landscapes, their interpretation and the memory charge that they carry on pursue me. The human interpretation of a landscape, the floating of a reverie towards a Beyond through a symbolic world object carries my ceramics. The pieces oscillate in between: to exist as a single piece and to suggest an elsewhere by being an object in its own right, or to be at the service of a daily or temporary use. It is in this between-two that I conceive the forms. They inspire me simply without revealing their function and one day they make themselves useful ... I work porcelain, sandstone and earthenware for their raw colors and the surfaces they render after shaping and cooking. The enamel then completes the chromatic scale according to the projects.