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Brief Published: 2 Mar 2012

Faceture Series by Phil Cuttance


The Faceture Series, by New Zealand-born, London-based designer Phil Cuttance, consists of faceted vessels, light shades and a table, individually cast from handmade plastic moulds. 

Formed from scored plastic, each triangular faceted mould is unique and can be altered before casting by pushing and pulling parts of the folded net inwards and outwards. 

The vessels are made of a mixture of paint and water-based resin that hardens inside the mould. Cuttance built a machine, whereby the vessels are rotated upside-down on a wheel during the drying process.

See how the Faceture vessels are made here.

Phil Cuttance