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90809 Georg Jensen NENDO Vase A.28,7cm

Georg Jensen • NENDO

Vase A.28,7cm

Mirror polished stainless steel. Designed by Oki Sato for Georg Jensen.

REF. 90809

W.19,5 x H.28,7 x D.6cm


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Inspired by the movement of water and defined by a strikingly contemporary look, the Nendo vase by award-winning Japanese designer Oki Sato is artfully handcrafted in polished stainless steel.

Defined by a an imposing silhouette, the vase seamlessly combines Japanese minimalism with Georg Jensen's unique design language. Resulting in a piece that looks great on its own or with your favourite flower arrangement.

Oki Sato, born in 1977, in Toronto, Canada, is a visionary Japanese designer celebrated for his minimalist and innovative creations. Founder of the Tokyo-based design studio, Nendo, Sato discovered his passion for design while studying at Waseda University in Tokyo, where he earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture. His design philosophy revolves around simplicity, functionality, and surprise, often seamlessly integrating everyday objects with whimsical elements.

Renowned for his boundary-pushing designs, Sato has collaborated with prestigious brands like Cappellini, Moroso, and Foscarini. His work spans furniture, interior design, architecture, and product design, blurring the lines between art and function. Sato's creations have been exhibited globally in renowned institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, earning him numerous awards and establishing him as a luminary in the design world.

With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from flatware to watches, jewellery and home products.

The philosophy of Georg Jensen himself was to create democratic designs possessing both functionality and beauty. His artisanal skill and artistic talent combined with his continuous ability to identify and support design talent was the foundation on which he built Georg Jensen in Copenhagen in 1904.

Georg Jensen’s style embraced the Art Nouveau lines of the day but injected them with a distinctive vigour that continues to resonate today. The brand's most important task is to leverage the ideas and principles of the master himself and translate these into the design of the present day.

When the 37-year-old Georg Jensen, with both an apprenticeship as goldsmith and sculptor behind him, made silver his way of living by establishing his silver smithy in Copenhagen in 1904, it was with the fine craftsman’s understanding and appreciation of the material combined with the accomplished artist’s sense of form.

Through his childhood in the picturesque surroundings of Raadvad north of Copenhagen Georg Jensen was inspired to become an artist. He succeeded in becoming both sculptor and ceramist but it was by way of his talent as a silver smith that he achieved the most remarkable recognition. The Georg Jensen Silversmithy created some of the most original and epoch-defining jewellery, hollowware and cutlery patterns.

At Georg Jensen’s death in 1935 the smithy was acknowledged as one of the most important silversmithies in the world. Georg Jensen was instrumental in defining the character of the twentieth century Scandinavian Design by drawing on Danish traditions and infusing them with a progressive design rationale. He rejected the popular taste of the time for romantic and historicist ornamentation and ostentation, instead embracing the avant-garde Art Nouveau style with its simple organic forms and craft-based approach to production.