Duna was inspired by the coherent yet abstract logic of dune formations that defy traditional Cartesian geometries. Its design concept is realized in a three dimensional, asymmetrical, pair of intersecting glass forms. The striated surface of the crystal glass produces ever-changing effects of reflection and refraction. Narrowly directed light sources beam light through the mass of glass into the entire glass element, highlighting its geometry.
All pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Handmade glass may contain bubbles and shades may vary due to the manufacturing process.
I know from my own experience that not much can be discovered without research and experimentation. With experimentation, you think you are going to find out one thing, but you actually discover something else. That’s what I find really exciting. You discover much more than you bargained for. I think there should be no end to experimentation.
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