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Tiny Glass Architecture by Dechem Studio

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by Promila Shastri last modified Oct 13, 2014

“We tell stories in bohemian glass,” is the tag line of Dechem, the Prague-based design studio that has made hand cut glass its material of choice. Founded by young designers Michaela Tomišková and Jakub Janďourek, Dechem’s primary offerings are a collection of unusual, purely decorative architectural objects—houses, trees, church steeples, a mountain—each — Continue reading …




 

 

Screen shot 2014-10-13 at 3.54.10 PM“We tell stories in bohemian glass,” is the tag line of Dechem, the Prague-based design studio that has made hand cut glass its material of choice. Founded by young designers Michaela Tomišková and Jakub Janďourek, Dechem’s primary offerings are a collection of unusual, purely decorative architectural objects—houses, trees, church steeples, a mountain—each painstakingly hand fashioned from glass into faceted, gleaming elements, some pristine with clarity, others luminous with color.

Each jewel-like object has been created to fit into a larger individual tableau, to be arranged and composed into glittering hilltop village or sparkling cityscape—forming magical esthetic statements that, ultimately, express the designers’ personal creative concerns: “She is concerned with stories hidden in design. She loves the world disassembled into little pieces. He loves to scrutinize things and their essence, he reads stories and investigates words and meaning.”

glass_town_04glass_town_01glass_mountain_02composed_landscape_01Screen shot 2014-10-13 at 4.22.59 PMVia The D Pages


 

 

 
 
 

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