This traditional Chinese vases are not Made in China. Studio Droog copies the copycat and translates the essence of Chinese culture in a literal way. The form is a fusion of four original Famille vases from the 17th and 18th century empires. For the Family vase series the colours of the original Famille noire, verte, rose and jaune vases have been digitally calculated and distilled into four exact colour gradients. A set of modern 3D printed vases to fit the contemporary emperor.
The 3D printed vases by Studio Droog were created as part of the New Original Project. The shapes of the vases are merely taken from what an archetype vase would look like. The copied colours were taken digitally. Using photographs of the vases we were able to calculate the exact colours in each vase, and also the exact percentage of each colour on each vase by using pixel calculations. The designer took this information and translated it into 3D, applying the gradients to the 3D models and then directly 3D printed these colours.
Do not use water or any other liquid in and/or on the vase! Do not expose the vase to immediate sunlight. The vase needs to be handled with care. The model is fragile, and has problems absorbing large shocks. Clean the vase carefully with a clean, dry cloth. Don’t use water or detergents.
Material: Z Corp 3D printing technology.
Product Size: 16 x 16 x 37 cm
Package Size: 40.00 x 40.00 x 45.00
Package Weight: 4.50kg
Product group: Dining-table accessories Vases
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