Tarrugao Jars by gt2P
by Ted Savage / April 11, 2013
The effect of human touch, captured in porcelain, Tarrugo Jars by gt2P is a collection of containers, achieved through parametric design, rapid prototyping. mathematically iterated curves, and local porcelain handcrafting methods, that represent the essence of being handled - from the Spanish, está + arrugado = being wrinkled.


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Santiago, Chile-based architecture/art/design studio, gt2P (Great Things to People) explains: "Its DNA of design starts on a surface of revolution ... The result a soft surface wrinkled waiting for a careful human interaction. Just as the embrace of reconciliation when Chile returned to democracy."

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At Milan Design Week 2013. Photos: Aryeh Kornfeld. Via MOCO Submit.

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