Lilia Bowls by Svetlana Kozhenova
by Ted Savage / November 26, 2012
From materials to manufacture, it's contrast and compare for Lilia Bowls by Svetlana Kozhenova, a series of three, based on the geometry of the lily.


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Lilia CHROME is produced by a cutting edge UV photopolymer 3D printer, then chromed, an object duplicated with the precision of digital automation.

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Lilia PORCELAIN is traditionally produced in a Czech porcelain factory, with more conventional costing, and handmade uniqueness in each one.

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Lilia ARABESQUE molds waste PCB components, for a high labor/low material cost object, each one slightly different.

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Production uniformity vs. artisanal imperfection, costly vs. relatively cheap... it's all there! Designed for purely decorative or practical use, as you please. Photos: Dan Friedlaender. Via MOCO Submit.

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