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OKO Black Ceramic Vase by Malwina Konopacka



OKO black ceramic vase by Malwina Konopacka Materials: Ceramic Dimensions: ø 19 x 42 cm It was first presented in 2014 as part of Tokyo Designers Week and has since had numerous re-editions and collection launches, all decorated and hand-painted by the artist. Its organic spindle-shaped form and trademark spherical depressions together with graphic patterns and colours pay tribute to history and craftsmanship while maintaining a distinct contemporary character. Malwina Konopacka - designer and illustrator, author of the OKO ceramics collection. Born in 1982 in Warsaw, she studied industrial design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and illustration at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. As an illustrator, she worked for print media and it was indeed her passion for illustration that resulted in the first OKO vases – born out of artistic curiosity that pushed the artist to examine how a familiar drawing would work in the three-dimensional world of everyday objects. The first object from the OKO family was conceived in 2014 and since then the family has been constantly growing. The OKO family consists of vases OKO / 2014, Teresa / 2018, Nana / 2018, Krystal / 2018, Irena / 2019, Miki / 2020 and Aniela / 2018 plates. Items are made and painted by hand in collaboration with skilled craftsmen and technologists. OKO is also the starting point for artistic and sculptural endeavours. The modular totems Mama / 2019, Hugging Mama / 2020 and Totem Forms / 2020 or the installation Fountain / 2019 are forms at the intersection of visual arts and design.


  • Dimensions
    Height: 16.54 in. (42 cm)Diameter: 7.49 in. (19 cm)
  • Style
    Modern (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques
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  • Production Type
    New & Custom(One of a Kind)
  • Estimated Production Time
    7-8 weeks
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  • Seller Location
    Geneve, CH
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU1219223400802

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    Ships From: Warsaw, Poland
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Galerie Philia Furniture

Galerie Philia is an international contemporary sculptural design and art gallery representing emerging and established designers and artists. The gallery is the brainchild of two brothers who share a lifetime passion for art, literature and philosophy. Their distinct academic background sets them apart from their peers, as it sees them following a rhizomatic and transcultural approach in the way they select works. This involves combining elements from multiple cultures in what becomes a network of harmoniously interconnected roots, ultimately revealing the beauty of each unique creation. The gallery’s non-hierarchical curation sits apart from the ephemerality of trends and focuses instead on the true aesthetic quality of the piece – alluring and timeless. Unlike others, Galerie Philia does not focus on a single style – whether minimalist, organic or raw – but rather embraces heterogeneity. The Galerie Philia takes pride in discovering new talents, providing them with multiple international platforms to showcase their latest creations. As well as propelling the newest generation of 21st century collectible design, Galerie Philia also works with internationally known design artists. Galerie Philia has a strong international presence, with galleries in Geneva, New York and Singapore. In addition to their permanent spaces, the gallery organizes temporary group exhibitions and artists residencies in first-class locations around the world.
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