Da Vetro II


Fabrica designs chapter II of Da Vetro, a limited edition glass collection produced by Please Do Not Enter.

Made in borosilicat glass, the pieces convert allusions to human gesture, postures and scale into a series of playfully poetic, utilitarian objects.

The collection is designed by a team of international designers and is exclusively available at Please Do Not Enter.

Chapter II will be presented from 17 to 20 February at Palm Springs Modernism Show.

Quentin Vuong
BUD – vase
This vase is an interpretation of a flower bud starting to bloom. 

Laura Sans
Phallòs – jug and vase
Some of the most immoral things in life comes from sex – some of the most moral things too.

Laura Sans
Hystera – jug and vase
Some of the most immoral things in life comes from sex – some of the most moral things too.

Alexis Gallo
Out of reach – vase
The inability to use something to its full potential. 

Alexis Gallo
Way Out – vase
Growth in unlikely places and circumstances.

Anne Claire Hostequin
FLACON – vase
Inspired by the pharmacy glassware, this vase is made of two pieces creating interesting glass superposition.

Anne Claire Hostequin
SINK – bowl
Sink is a trinket bowl with a stock area in the base, when you remove the plug, the content falls into the container.

Anne-Claire Hostequin
COMPLEMENTARY RELATIONSHIP – jug and glass
Complementary relationship is a jug closed by a glass, one cannot have one without the other.

Pictures by Marco Zanin/ Fabrica

Check Chapter I here.

Quentin Vuong — Bud

Quentin Vuong — Bud

Laura Sans — Phallòs

Laura Sans — Phallòs

Laura Sans — Hystera

Laura Sans — Hystera

Anne Claire Hostequin — Sink

Anne Claire Hostequin — Sink

Anne Claire Hostequin — Flacon

Anne Claire Hostequin — Flacon

Anne-Claire Hostequin — Complementary Relationship

Anne-Claire Hostequin — Complementary Relationship

Alexis Gallo — Way Out

Alexis Gallo — Way Out

Alexis Gallo — Out of reach

Alexis Gallo — Out of reach