A whiskey set designed for the hardy man who is not afraid to bear the weight of the evening. With each sip, the glasses and the evening become heavier and heavier.
Crystal blown into a supplement form and complemented with black molten glass sculpture.
In the implementation of the layered bowl the piece represents psychopompos in the shape of a duck with rippling circles of water on the inside. The dish is made of two parts, cast glass and leather.
Psychopompos / In various systems of religious belief, a being, such as a god, animal or a person acting as a shaman, who guides the spirits of the dead to the afterlife or the otherworld.
Maxim Velcovsky‘s porcelain rubber boots were the inspiration for Cow Boys boxers, which represent the toughness and grit of a real wrangler; the rawness of the leather is complemented by the hand-stitching, metal fasteners, and some good-ol’fire-branding.
The idea was to create a collection of elegant men’s denture cases, designed for men who have lost their teeth for whichever reason and they want their dignity back. As a design I chose basic geometric shapes (circles, squares, hexagons), which can be stacked. The cases are made by blowing glass into molds in black, milky and transparent and in combination with fur, leather, and complemented with metal components.
Without water, life can not exist. This idea gave rise to the water drinking set Basic. The color, the thickness of the wall of glass, and the blowing of the glass into the same mold creates completely different results. A crystal variant of its transparency refers to the clear structure of water; the color spectrum from opaque black to alabaster symbolizes a fireplace. O-rings are added to the glasses to function as stoppers, so as to make a neat snug fit.
A collection of ephemeral objects designed for women who like the unusual connection of materials, playfulness and strangeness. Objects are designed for special, exceptional occasions.
The task was to look for materials which are similar to certain qualities of the glass, such as ropes, ribbons, porcelain paper, binding electrician’s tape, the reticle on the onions, stainless steel, silver.
In 2016, as a source of inspiration,
I discovered a mere engine bolt from the supercar Pagani Huyra. At first glance, it might seem that this is a banal functional component, and by no means an exceptional part However, every bolt contains the company logo and is very precisely crafted and, in my opinion, beautifully designed. Equally strong is the symbolism of these structural elements that connect the very heart of the car: the engine. And all this inspired me to design crystal objects blown into the mold and completed with milled aluminum inspired by luxury design as well as the individual parts of the engine. And, they fit together flawlessly.
A collection of bowls with lids that allows you to capture the essence of an excellent meal. The use of this set is directly linked to molecular cuisine, which brings great potential for the future of modern/molecular gastronomy in terms of a multi-sensational experience with a touch of complex technology, yet simple elegant design.
A collection of dreamy rings with stones which can be inter-changed depending on the occasion. Thanks to the magnets the wearer can choose among the different stones and add or take away them as determined by mood or occasion.
The topic I chose for my bachelor thesis, is “structures”, which is reflected in the glass. I was inspired by an extinct fire: a primordial “table”. It is designed to symbolize the meeting place of our ancestors, but also our friends, acquaintances, family or community environment in contemporary society. I work with space at home, where the most traditional meeting place is the table where one can sit with friends over good food, drink and conversation.
That‘s why I created a collection of two trays, referring to the hearth and supplemented with Containers For Nothing shaped in teardrops symbolizing seeds from the pip fruit representing a new birth. On the trays we can place fruit, a glass of wine and really anything else. The entire collection is useable, functional and intimate.
For the emergence of the carafe AKA / VEOLIA the inspiration comes from a mere cap decanter/stem, which is based on the simple facade of the roman aqueduct (from the Latin aque ductus, literally tap water). The morphology of the decanter is inspired by the Greek amphora (amphora or “carrier”), a medieval vessel on the water.
The men’s thin crystal decanter is designed so that it fits naturally into the hand. This makes it easily graspable. It is contemporarily made in the functional morphology design referring to the amphora and the aqueduct. The cork stopper together with the stainless steel provide an elegant tight seal to avoid any spillage.
The lighted rim decanters are designed for restaurants to better handle the glassware in a busy heavy-use environment, whereas the grinded and polished decanters are designed for home, where they will be a good fit at any meal or special occasion.
Formed collection of applied objects call Light fist weapons inspired by the morphology engine Pagani Huyra.
Design is about desire. If we purchase an object of desire, it makes us happy. And that’s why I designed this light object. I could and it was my desire. Chandelier 0 is a four-spoked light object. The whole concept after all comes from a reinterpretation of a traditional crystal chandelier, which is familiar to Czech and Italian traditions. I came up with a new perspective and placement in a new framework for something so traditional. That’s why I chose to pull this together in the esthetic of sports cars. So I mixed something old with something new and overall here is my final master piece.
My inspiration comes from the Pagani Hueyra engine. The pipe-work, its bending, shaping, and flow inspired me to create the form.
I took measurements of all dimensions of the car, and applied them to the form of the chandelier.
The interior was another influence, which is seen in the leather jacket.
The gas hoses represent the pendant of traditional chandeliers.
The glass lights bring the piece to life, and without the lights it would be invisible, therefore, the glass gives life.
A collection of unusual experimental applied objects called Gems. Made out of silver,
O-rings, gilding and ribbon. Inspired and formed by origami, folding and organic “Antiperle” in the western world known as Tic-tac.
A coffee kettle for coffee lovers who have had enough of fumbling with the kettle and the cups separately. The Cosy Coffee Kettle for 2 allows coffee lovers to handle both tasks at once.