COLLECT 2015, Saatchi Gallery London, 8 -11 May 2015

websiteWe are extremely delighted to have been selected for COLLECT Open 2015.

For this occasion we will collaborate with artist Valeria Nascimento to create “Infinity”, a ceramic, bone china and glass wall installation.

Infinity celebrates our shared love for nature. Thousands of porcelain, bone china and glass cups are arrayed across the wall in powerful and cohesive compositions which link nature and abstraction in ethereal-seeming formations, stimulating the viewers’ imagination.

Follow us on Twitter @artwalllondon
to see our work in progress

Info about location at http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/artists/valeria-nascimento-sheng-tsang-chen-and-cristina-vezzini

For more informations please don’t hesitate to contact us at cristina@cristinavezzini.com

Penta , winner of DOMUS- KAZA Concrete tile design competition

We are thrilled to announce that Penta  just won  DOMUS- KAZA Concrete tile design competition

PENTA is a modular wall tile that consists of irregular polygons and angles of varying heights creating a sense of depth and texture. Its vibrant, geometric finish entertains the eye with a multitude of light and dark reflections that create layered patterns similar to natural scenery or crystal formations.
 The tile will now go into production and be sold at Domus alongside other beautiful KAZA Concrete wall coverings. The PENTA tiles will be unveiled during Clerkenwell Design Week in May.

MORE INFO coming SOON!

http://www.domustiles.co.uk/whats-new/2015/02/concrete-tile-design-competition-winner/

To see more of the beautiful KAZA concrete coverings visit: http://www.kazaconcrete.com/
or visit DOMUS showroom in person.

 

Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize 2015

Perrier Jouet logoCristina is  extremely honored to have been nominated by Katrina Burroughs for the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize 2015.

In Mid March, The Salon members, Guided by Tony Chambers, Chair of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon for 2014 and Editor-in-Chief of Wallpaper, will select an emerging talent in Contemporary Craft who’s at the beginning of their professional career.

“Launched in January 2013, the concept of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon stems from the origins of the Salon in Paris from the mid-1700s, bringing together like-minded people under the roof of an inspiring host to refine tastes, muse on the Arts, inspire and increase knowledge through conversation.  The Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon brings to life the original spirit of the Salon, drawing together an eclectic and dynamic group of members to share ideas and debate on developments in the Arts, with a philanthropic goal at its heart. The Salon supports the selection of an annual prize winner who receives a substantial sum and experiences to support him/her in the development of their career.

I’m keeping my fingers crossed!!!!!!!!

 

Penta, concrete tile shortlisted for DOMUS-KAZA competition

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http://www.domustiles.co.uk/whats-new/2015/01/concrete-tile-design-competition-shortlist/

Penta has been shortlisted for KAZA Concrete Tile Design Competion.

Penta is a concrete tile , designed by Cristina for this competition.

Domus has announce the shortlist of 21 stunning entries. But to find out the winner you’ll have to waita little bit longer, as they will be announcing them ‘live’ at an event at DOMUS W1 showroom on the 12th Feb.

Keep your fingers crossed for PENTA, please!

 

 

CRAFT Redefining Handmade, 11th-13th January 2015 , Olympia, London

Vezzini & Chen would like to invite you to their first 2015 show at CRAFT Redefining Handmade, from 11th-13th January 2015 , Olympia, London.

We will be showing our collections of  lighting and glassware characterised by an intense use of cuts and textures on both glass and ceramics, to create layered pattern similar to a natural scenery. Inspired by the structure and geometry of natural forms, our  handmade lighting and glassware express their affinity with nature by encapsulating forms creates in fine bone china and glass from which light is directed and diffused.

For any further information please don’t hesitate to contact us at

cristina@cristinavezzini.com  o stanvezzi@gmail.com

Dive in, detail

Dive In

A new selection of images from DIVE IN ,  our ceramic and glass wall installation .

“Dive in” is a  light wall installation where glass bubbles run across the wall mimicking the way bubbles underwater rise the surface of the sea. The glass bubbles are filled with ceramic forms that emulate forms and textures of underwater creature. This installation comes bespoke so that clients can commission it to their own specifications.

MADE London 2014

The Design Trust Award 2014

Vezzini & Chen are proud to announce they won The Design Trust Award at MADE London during the weekend.

The show was a great opportunity to meet amazing makers and people who loved our work .

If you would like more informations about our work feel free to email cristina@cristinavezzini.com

we will be happy to hear from you

MADE London, 24th 26th October 2014 , 1 Marylebone Road, NW1 4AQ

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Inspired by the structure and geometry of natural forms, Vezzini & Chen handmade lighting and glassware express their affinity with nature by encapsulating forms creates in fine bone china and glass from which light is directed and diffused . For MADE London , Vezzini & Chen will be presenting their latest collection for work characterised by an intense use of cuts and textures on both glass and ceramics, to create layered pattern similar to a natural scenery.

A new collection of Ceramics and Glass candleholder will be launched at MADE.

We hope to see you there.

Opening Time :

Friday 24th October 11am – 8.00pm (last entry 7.30)

Saturday 25th October 10am – 6.00pm (last entry 5.30)

Sunday 26th October 10am – 5.00pm (last entry 4.30)

MADE London
at 1 Marylebone Road, NW1 4AQ directly opposite Great Portland Street Tube Station. South is Fitzrovia, Tottenham Court Road and Marylebone High Street, to the West is Regents Park and to the East is Euston, St Pancras and Kings Cross Stations.