Phenomena

Phenomena

Transient images of the eternal
The collection was inspired by simple shapes: a circle, a triangle, a rectangle and an oval. The term phenomenon comes from the Greek word for “appearance”. The forms are what you see on first sight. In Plato’s idealist philosophy, phenomena are transient, likenesses of the eternal, perfect Forms and so are not truly real. This seems very fitting for a collection made in a material that is so difficult yet versatile, so strong yet fragile as glass.
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Configurations

Phenomena
pendant
mint / gold
Phenomena
pendant
flamingo pink / gold
Phenomena
pendant
ferrari red / gold
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Phenomena
pendant
grey / gold
Phenomena
floor lamp
mint green / gold
Phenomena
floor lamp
flamingo pink / gold
Phenomena
pendant
mint / silver
Phenomena
pendant
flamingo pink / silver
Phenomena
pendant
ferrari red / silver
Phenomena
pendant
grey / silver
Phenomena
pendant
cut oval / silver
Phenomena
pendant
cut triangle / silver
Phenomena
pendant
cut circle / silver

Studio Dechem
Dechem studio

DECHEM studio was established in Prague in 2012 by Michaela Tomiskova and Jakub Jandourek. They first met at the Novy Bor School of Glass, where they both fell in love with the earliest synthesised material in human history. While Michaela went on to study product design at AAAD Prague (Academy of Arts Prague) and later worked for several acclaimed design studios, Jakub continued to hone his skills in the lighting industry, specialising in glass workmanship, technology, and manufacturing. Since establishing DECHEM studio they have focused on product design and maintained a special attention to glass.

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