The Dechem Studio Bandaska Vase Postmodernism is a vase that is hand-blown into as beech wood mould. It is a unique and ground-breaking version of the highly successful Badaska vase series. The Bandaska Vase Postmodernism by Dechem Studio is ornamented with organic colored inlays on the dark black surface to evoke iconic playful work of Ettore Sottsass and Alessandro Mendini.
The Dechem Studio Bandaska Vase Postmodernism consists of black glass with colourful elements in Postmodern Warm and Postmodern Cold tones. The specifications of the XL vase are, Ø 22 cm x h 33 cm, and of the Big Vase are Ø 15 cm x h 25 cm. Bandaska Vase Postmodernism glass vases by Dechem Studio are attractive and distinguishes itself from all other vases available on the market.
About Dechem Studio
Dechem studio was established in Prague in 2012 by Michaela Tomiskova and Jakub Jandourek. Since establishing the studio they have focused on product design and maintained a special focus on glass, exploring traditional Bohemian craft techniques for preparing, gathering, shaping and blowing clear and coloured glass into wooden and metal forms. The glass is then finished with centuries-old techniques, like snapping, grinding and firing, and decorated by the most experienced craftsmen by engraving, cutting and painting.