Glasstacks | Pot

glass | 2010

Joost van Bleiswijk has created a series of designs that form a range of architectonic centrepieces.
The accumulations of forms, which become stacks of glass, are designed from combinations of lines. These are the conclusions of Joost's desire to simplify and 'cubify' shapes that surround us. Joost choose objects that seem to be a statement on it's own. He makes combinations and abstractions of existing everyday pieces that form a grandeur which relate to the complexity of glass blowing yet respect the importance of items as such.
All items are be made of amber coloured glass, with mirror coating on the inside, to give it a very rich gold look.

Photography by Francesco Ferruzzi