Dimitri Bähler lives and works in Biel, Switzerland. His work is often spontaneous, radical yet poetic, always related with a substantial applied research. From mass produced objects to unique pieces through installations, context, production process and use of the object is particularly influencing his work.
A grand prize winner at Interieur 2016, Bähler’s Volumes, Patterns, Textures and Colors project plays with the archetypical function of ceramic vessels.
See more about Contemporary Design here.This colourful vessels by the Swiss designer is intended to “question the concept of usefulness in our homes”. Together, they create a dialogue between functionality and non-functionality, minimalism and decoration, questioning the concept of usefulness in our homes.Described by the designer as “essential abstraction”is a collection of objects that plays with different variations of volumes, patterns, textures and colors, a kind of dictionary. These shapes can be used as pedestals, fruits bowls, vase, pencils / fruits holders,…“They create a dialogue between functionality and non-functionality, minimalism and decoration, questioning the concept of usefulness in our homes.”
See also Ceramic Beetles * by Anna Collette Hunt.Bähler’s project was awarded the grand prize at this year’s Biennale Interieur Awards. It is on show at the exhibition in Kortrijk, Belgium until 23 October 2016.DESIGN GALLERIST will continue to give you fantastic news on the art and design world. We like, as much as you, to read all about the newest design ideas, the latest project, the best designers and so on.
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