Producing a vase out of glass was the logical consequence of my many years of work as a ceramist. To give this material - which has a major protective function in ceramics, the glaze - the main role. Like glass, glazes consist of mineral aggregate - quartz sand, soda, feldspar, lime, potash - and protect vessels like a skin against water and mechanical influences.
So I started developing prototypes and looking for a place to realize my project. In 2018, the first unique pieces were blown on the island of Murano in collaboration with a local glassblower.
Each material has its own charm to convey aesthetics to us. When working with glass, I have an intensive colour spectrum at my disposal. This colorfulness was an impulse for me to turn to glass as a material, to design glass vases and then to produce them from the most brilliantly colored glass in the world on Murano, Italy.