The Cabinet Design With Blown Glass by Studio Thier-Vandaalen
The Thier-Vandaalen design studio, based in the Netherlands, is known for multiple pieces including some of the finest cabinet design. Here is an example of what can come out of their minds when associated with skilled craftsmanship.
Using only glass and wood to host fine objects, these creations are a reminder of our past and all the techniques used through the ages to create magnificent pieces. Below, a wooden miniature ship is protected by one of the studio’s creation with an exclusive design. Glassblowing is a glassforming technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble, with the aid of a blowpipe.
Iris van Daalen and Ruben Thier, the two great minds that came up with this art. They are based in the Netherlands but their creations are famous worldwide.
A look at the workshop and how the best furniture designs are created. There are several pieces of various size, shape and even colours, as such a material allows creativity to blossom.
Here the glass blowing art hosts a duo of flowers within a wood structure. Minimalistic yet fascinating, it has a poetic & nostalgic vibe.
The ship we have seen earlier put next to a peacock, in its transparent, all white cage. Whether you prefer hanging or legs-supported items, the possibility exists.
Imagine this incredible piece over buffets and cabinets as a decoration bonus. The studio provides us with an endless customization possibility, as long as it fits in.
Other various examples of what can be done, and how far you can customize each piece according to your tastes.
With a cloudy and blurry aspect, this one item looks like it is a malleable toy. Perfect as a central piece.
Another peek into the workshop. Alongside buffets and sideboards, these creations would perfectly fit into a well-decorated living room.
If you enjoy glass cabinet and woodwork, have a look at this Palatino display case by Boca do Lobo. It combines the two main elements we have seen above to create a perfect trophy case, for example! The inside has two levels, including the base.