kugel-04
kugel-04
jesfro jes­fro
kugel-02
kugel-02
jesfro jes­fro
MHO_U­ru­shi-0072
MHO_U­ru­shi-0072
jesfro jes­fro
web1
web1
manfred man­fred
kugel netz
kugel netz
manfred man­fred
444
444
jesfro jes­fro
111
111
manfred man­fred
IMG_​0290
IMG_​0290
jesfro jes­fro
IMG_​0282
IMG_​0282
manfred man­fred
IMG_​0294
IMG_​0294
jesfro jes­fro
IMG_​0296
IMG_​0296
manfred man­fred
kugel
kugel
jesfro jes­fro
web1
web1
jesfro jes­fro
web5
web5
jesfro jes­fro
web2
web2
jesfro jes­fro
IMG_​0997
IMG_​0997
jesfro jes­fro

Sphe­re

This pro­ject was com­mis­sio­ned by a custo­mer. The sphe­re was pro­du­ced using the tra­di­tio­nal kans­hitsu tech­ni­que. It has a dia­me­ter of 75 cm. Lay­ers of Japan paper and tex­ti­les were glued to the insi­des of the two nega­ti­ve forms manu­fac­tu­red for this spe­cial pur­po­se until a thic­kness of approx. 1 cm was reached. Then the two hal­ves of the sphe­re were chisel­led out to ren­der the form of the sphe­ri­cal body. After­wards the out­side of the sphe­re was fil­led in and smoothe­ned pre­cise­ly befo­re recei­ving a finish of black lac­quer. The two hal­ves are held toge­ther with a bayo­net catch made of brushed steel and can be ope­ned if need be. The insi­de of this object was lac­que­red using a struc­tu­ring tech­ni­que.

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