Limited Editions showcases the latest innovations coming out of the workshop of Olivier van Herpt. Each object is crafted using digital production tools and processes that the designer has been developing, and are aesthetic outcomes of his on-going experiments to manufacture new forms, surfaces and shapes in digital production.
Spiralling together in the form of a vase is the latest outcome of Olivier van Herpt’s exploration into the future of digital manufacturing. Traditional porcelain has been shaped by the designer’s very own 3D-printing tools to generate a unique and intricate ceramic object that weaves the digital and physical worlds together.
Limited Editions showcases the latest innovations emerging from the workshop of Olivier van Herpt. Crafted using tools and processes that the designer has been developing over the years, the diverse objects vary subtly from textures to colours and range from grand and singular objects to smaller works in larger quantities. These ornamental expressions surpass a purely utilitarian function and serve as aesthetic outcomes of his on-going experiments. Each edition represents a progression in van Herpt’s pursuit of manufacturing new forms, surfaces and shapes in digital production.