Dimensions: 22cm(H) x 10cm(W) x 1.8cm(D) / 8.7"(H) x 3.9"(W) x 0.7"(D)
Diameter: 10cm / 3.9"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Stoneware; set of 2
Nowadays, when we talk about handcraft stonework most people will think of stone tablets and gravestones. Those 2 things are traditional stone-based products, which are created by stone carvers. Most handcrafted stonework are traditional stonework with the same function and style as in the past. Thus handcraft stonework in customers' minds are something that seems to be obsolete and not innovative.
Therefore, we came up with a new usage function and innovative design for handcraft stonework. Stone is a natural material that is widely accepted for its glamour and uniqueness. Each stone possess their own uniqueness, which could not be found in other stones. So we decide to use this strong point to create a design for a stone based stationery. The design will use stones as a basic material combine with some technology to create a smooth contradiction product design.
This product design was influenced by the shape and line that is a result of hand-carving process to emphasize hand-carving work, and to let people know that stone tablet that we have seen on the street or somewhere else are a work from skilled stone carvers. Additionally, we also create a pattern that could be used to separate usage space for more space utilization.
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Fabuless was founded in 2017. We are a design studio that wants to create extraordinary designs. We study the working patterns. The life of ordinary people. Make it different from what it was. It's not unusual in terms of performance. And the feeling of the user who feels that it is extraordinary is not normal.
Fabuless Studio established by Yongphan Sundara-Vicharana and Apiradee Thairat, who both graduated in Industrial Design at King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang in 2017.
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