after the successful 2018 soundscape installation (featured by all the most important media worldwide), japanese glass and ceramic top producer agc is back with emergence of form.
patented by agc, brightorbtm is the real flagship innovation of this installation: this high-performance ceramic material has been specifically designed for 3d printers use and is a result of the extraordinary technological ceramic processing know-how acquired by the company during its 100-years-long history.
using two different sophisticated materials such as ceramics and glass, well-known japanese product designer keita suzuki has created a space that evokes the constantly fluctuating beauty of nature.
while in the real world the scenery never comes to a halt, by freezing the moment the artist recreated a scene that recalls a sort of “landscape of the heart”, something which should be familiar to anyone: the extraction of a single instant from the constant flow of nature captures its own essence.
thanks to its cutting-edge molding technologies for curved and three-dimensional glass surfaces and for ceramics 3d printing, agc designed an installation that captures a precise instant of a more complex and constantly changing phenomenon creating, in this way, a new form of “nature” composed by man-made objects.
a demonstration of glass and ceramics processing techniques explored by agc: innovative procedures that are able to go beyond the limits of materials.