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BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design

Bori Kovacs

With inspiration from tradition and historical artefacts, I aim to design simple, material and process focused functional objects with a unique character. I would like my designs to be sustainable through their subtle aesthetics and practicality. Traditional hand making and technology are equally important aspects of my work, which I am constantly trying to explore and combine in new and inventive ways.

Bori Kovacs - Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp

Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp

Bori Kovacs - Porcelain drink set with transferred pattern, copper bowl, ash board

Porcelain drink set with transferred pattern, copper bowl, ash board

Bori Kovacs - Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp

Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp

Bori Kovacs

Bori Kovacs - Porcelain drink set with embossed pattern, copper bowl, ash board

Porcelain drink set with embossed pattern, copper bowl, ash board

Bori Kovacs

Bori Kovacs - Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp
Bori Kovacs - Hand turned oak, hand spun brass and hand blown glass lamp
Bori Kovacs - Porcelain drink set with embossed pattern, copper bowl, ash board
Bori Kovacs
Bori Kovacs - Porcelain drink set with transferred pattern, copper bowl, ash board
Bori Kovacs

Tags: 3d, Ceramics, Design, Glass, Lighting, Material, Metal, Process, Product Design, Wood

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