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ACACIA collection takes inspiration from daily cleansing rituals and the process of ntural decay. The construction of these pieces is a very intuitive process of carving away the material and by doing so the foam mould is created.

In such way every mould can be used only once and every piece is complitely unique. In addition, the richly textured body of acacia vessel has been inspired by Japanese Tsukubai- ceremonial washbasins located at the entrance of holy places for visitors to purify themselves.

Designer: Malgorzata Bany
Material: Jesmonite
Dimensions: 36 x 79 x H34 cm, 14.17 x 31.10 x 13.39"

Available in a set of recommended bespoke colors.

Handcrafted in UK

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Available: 8-10 weeks

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Malgorzata Bany

Malgorzata Bany is a London-based artist and designer specialising in Jesmonite. Working across a wide range of disciplines including sculpture, furniture and homewares her work adheres to the principles of sensuality, tactility and minimalism. Malgorzata’s work has frequently been described as blurring the lines between art and design. Having completed her MA at The Slade School of Fine Art, Malgorzata continues to work in association with the University College London to develop her own pigments and research materials.

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