Hydro Vase H20

By Sofie Østerby , 2020

Referencing classic ceramic vases and ancient Greek vessels, the Hydro Vase makes a modern statement that incorporates the material properties and appeal of brass.

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Hydro Vase H20
Hydro Vase H20 - Model 8210
 
Ø: 15 cm
H: 20 cm
Wt: 2.8 kg
Cbm: 0.01 cbm
Pcs: 75

About The Collection


Fredericia introduces Complements – A new line of material-driven pieces conceived as collector’s items to complement our portfolio.

Complements is a new collection of designs that join our main collection of furniture. A line of collectibles rooted in our passion for materiality comprised of functional pieces with aesthetic qualities that are equally appealing as decorative elements. From objects and small functional furniture to hidden gems from our archives with a renewed relevance.

With Complements, we expand on our expertise with materiality to encompass a range of accessories and furnishings that - together with our line of furniture - create a look and feel for an entire interior or concept.

Drawing on our legacy of working with wood and leather, we’ve explored other materials with textures, colours and compositions that bring an extra dimension to the atmosphere. The result is a celebration of materiality in well-considered concepts that are refined, authentic, inviting and crafted to last.

We’re always open to designers, where we feel a strong connection with their work and a mutual mindset. For Complements, we’ve engaged with the next wave of new talent in Denmark and abroad. Both new and established names, who share our affinity for honest materials and purposeful design.

Complements remains true to our design heritage at Fredericia while staying in tune with the world at large. Each piece is distinctive, yet they all reflect our pioneering spirit to create essentials with presence and permanence.

Collectibles to cherish now – and for generations to come.

Sofie Østerby

Designer

“My creative process involves finding an equilibrium. Between the presence of a shape and the material properties. Between natural materials versus industrial elements. And between traditional crafts and modern techniques.”

There’s something inexplicably intriguing about Sofie Østerby’s work. Whether it’s a vase, bowl, chair or lamp. Conceived using bronze, steel, travertine or polyurethane. There’s magic in how she mixes the innate beauty of materials with the aesthetic impact of a shape.

The result is something sculptural and functional with a presence that compels you to come closer. Merging traditional crafts with modern techniques, Østerby explores the physical properties of both natural and industrial materials, experimenting with raw and refined surfaces, textures, tones and finishes in her intuitive process of obtaining a unique corporeality.