The Marchigüe (1) vases collection seeks simplicity and purity of design through a conceptual exercise on the interaction and synthesis between form (2) , shape and decoration. A pair of two-dimensional shapes, a circle and a hexagon, are linked together to form (3) the raw material, concrete, into a finely crafted object. The design process, clearly visible on the surface of the vases, thus becomes the only decorative element of these monochromatic volumes.
Definitions: (1) Marchigüe (34°24′S 71°38′W) From Mapudungun Machi Hue: (Machi: Healer- Hue: Place) (2) Form (noun) the essential nature of a thing as distinguished from its matter: as the component of a thing that determines its kind (3) Form (Verb): to take form : come into existence : arise''
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