Intricate Vases By Christian Haas
Do you like amazing and intricate glassware pieces that don’t look like furnishing accessories, but rather like pieces of art? Erlangen-born Paris-based designer Christian Haas has extensive experience of creating conceptual furnishing objects that are made from glass. His newest creation, ‘Focus the Unknown’ portrays incredibly fragile glassware pieces with attention to details, presenting marvelous art.
Incredible Vases By Haas
Focus The Unknown Vases Set
Focus The Unknown – is the newest collection of glass vases presented by a very creative designer. The idea of creating something like this was haunting Christopher Haas for ages, but only recently he was able to create something as perfect as that. The newest glassware collection is made in collaboration with Bavarian Crystal Manufacturer Theresienthal and presents a glass-based dialogue between designers, glass blowers, grinders, and engravers. As mentioned by Haas himself:
When the work with Theresienthal has begun the claim was to develop their own distinctive signature. Max Schnurr, the owner of Theresienthal, gave me carte blanche, so I was so free (to create). I was thinking of beginning a collection with a wow effect and mood for discovery.
The collection includes four marvelous pieces in different sizes, colors and engraved patterns. That is not their first collaboration, as in 2006 Haas has already created the decanter collection for this manufacturer. His later works for Theresienthal are quite impressive on their own, but the depth of each piece is just incredible.
There are Roland Remix, the first collaborative work for Theresienthal; Still Water Runs Deep – a set of vases also with incredible sea-inspired engravings; Planet Earth – a collection of glass pitchers with various engravings; a Matter of Perspective – a collection of three pieces with a distinct outer space theme, No Sweet Without Sweat – Bee-inspired collection, Wisdom is a Good Companion – portraying a large owl in the cage. You can see these collection below, so take your time to admire them.