Harmoniously blending the old with the contemporary
Taking advantage of 3D printed ceramics to generate highly organic forms, Marc Godayol i Hasse skillfully crafts Trio – a biophilic plant pot design.
Taking advantage of 3D printed ceramics to generate highly organic forms which were previously difficult to achieve, Spain-based Marc Godayol i Hasse skillfully crafts ‘Trio’ – a biophilic plant pot design.
A cross-disciplinary designer with a technical background, he approaches design with a foundation based on his innate passion for photography and light.
With a focus on everyday products that surrounds us – he works with a talented team of designers at Nacar Design, an award-winning studio, where he continues to develop himself as an industrial designer.
“The aim of this conceptual collection was to simply revisit an object and make it more expressive with the use of technology – generating a new version of an everyday product, harmoniously blending the old with the contemporary” says Hasse.
Brimming with character and personality, this minimalistic object with its soothing Scandinavian aesthetic effortlessly brings a space to life and enhances it with elegance and style.
It brilliantly highlights subtle organic curves that are generated when simple geometries such as circles seamlessly come together.
“3D printing technology has truly transformed several sectors, it’s now time for us to utilize its advantage in products that surround us every day and to use it in an effective way.
More finishes and forms of Trio are being developed to make sure it fits in every space” Hasse adds.