Dezeen March 2019-
Costa Rica-born Edinburgh-based designer Juli Bolaños-Durman is exhibiting a series of vessels made from glass in the house's bathroom. Inspired by her grandmother's collection of perfume bottles, each vessel is hand-cut from a mixture of found glass and blown glass rejects.
"I think of craft as a vehicle for intuitive play, and I like to create joyful pieces, giving old and discarded materials new life with new meaning," said Bolaños-Durman. "I believe that creating space for play, fun and humour is vital."
Written by Ali Morris