Hourglass made of glass with colored sand inside. Decorative objects chosen with the aim of creating interiors that bring happiness.
Hourglass with drain time between 3 and 5 minutes abs / 6 kl, conceived by the Belgian designer Luc Vincent, made of borosolicaatglas (glass) with a diameter of 7 cm., Height 15 cm., Length and width of 7 cm.
Decorate your living room with a touch of color and imagination.
The product is VISIBLE and can also be purchased at our Showroom: Crespi 1977 - via Magenta 48, Busto Arsizio (VA).
Designer: Luc Vincent;
Weight: (kg) 0.167000;
Material: borosilicaatglas (glass);
Drain time: 3-5 minutes;
Diameter: 7 cm;
Height: 15 cm;
Length: 7 cm;
Width: 7 cm.
Luc Vincent: Belgian designer Luc Vincent has already had an impressive resume which has resulted in an extensive work of different objects. A clear evolution is evident in his work. Trivial formalism and competitive forms are abandoned. The study of the functional side, which is part of life and its beauty, is fundamental. Flowers are a constant thread in Luc Vincent's life, as a child he was stimulated by perfumes, as an adult flowers add color to his living environment. BLOOM, his collection of vases was the next logical step. After BLOOM, Luc Vincent also designed several Pantone Universe and Smiley collections. The current collection includes both Vinyl Vinyl, the classic school chair immersed in a color bath, and Bois de Tour, a unique and minimalist wooden structure.
Our history - Serax makes your home more beautiful, adds personality to your interior and creates unforgettable moments at the dining table. We only work with passionate designers around the world. From Vietnam through Antwerp to Portugal, our products are made exclusively by skilled craftsmen who respect the basic idea of each design. Our collections are unique in shape, material and style. For me Serax is a daily search for beauty, for good things that add value to life and create a home that brings happiness. To experiment, share and discover. Welcome to our world, welcome to Serax.
We honor our family roots: Serax is the brainchild of SERge and AXel Van Den Bossche. Two brothers who grew up in the flower pot business in their mother's business. Over the past thirty years, the small business started in a garage in 1986 has grown into a multinational with over 65 employees and a headquarters in Antwerp. Today the company is led by Axel. Axel's wife, Marie Michielssen, is the designer of the Serax house. She is the creator, among other things, of the famous "Cactus Vase". Serax is a family business where passion runs in the veins.
A deep love for paper and prints: A deep love for paper and prints, and the reuse of materials, inspired the designer of the house of Serax, Marie Michielssen, to create a series of characteristic lamps and vases in papier-mâché. The leitmotif of this collection is Nature, the earth in its most rudimentary form. Opponent of all modern machine techniques, Marie manually shapes every single piece from recycled paper, elevating the release from the shackles of perfection into a new art form.
Just like Nature does in her creations: Tall and narrow, or small and round, with large or small handles - one of which may be a little lower than the other - no mug in Marie Michielssen's papier-mache collection is quite the same. The clearly visible rough texture of the material, the "primordial" colors of maroon, black and light gray, and the hand-dotted prints, reinforce the individuality of each vase with all its imperfections, just like Nature does in her creations.
Ground lamps: For the papier-mâché lamps, Marie creates an innovative visual print by playing with volumes. The light finds its way out through a frame with a well thought-out linear structure. The unique and traditional character is not only reflected in the prints, but also in the shapes and colors. In the light and natural color of papier-mâché, or in the warm and relaxing tones of the earth, suspended or standing, the papier-mâché lamps by Marie Michielssen for Serax enrich the light and atmosphere of any interior.
New collection: This time Marie Michielssen, who likes to play with shapes and proportions to the point of pleasing the eye, has decided to tackle the sphere. He deconstructed it to create a lamp that adds atmosphere, while the light source remains invisible. The papier-mâché adds to the poetic atmosphere, creating an object that holds the middle between art and design. A border often blurred in Marie's work.
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