For Glassmaker Jochen Holz, an important part of the making process lies in allowing the space for improvisation rather than meticulously pre-planning and drawing his designs. But seeing his objects in their final home is the part of the process he enjoys the most: it is only then, he says, that the objects become ‘strong’ and find their own identity. Responding to the theme of ‘Afternoon’ in the brief, the title of Holz’s work gives all the explanation required: For Your Afternoon Tea, Of Course. (In heat-resistant glass. Of course.)
Details: Clear and coloured borosilicate, heat-resistant glass.
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