Escarpolette [electronic resource] = Circle = Haug.

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Escarpolette [electronic resource] = Circle = Haug.

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Author/Artist: 
Bertin, Morgane.
Description: 
1 computer file.
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
140663
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Notes: 
Three design drawings titled Escarpolette, Circle, and Haug. First drawing, Escarpolette, includes two views side by side, including measurements for view on right, with text below describing escarpolette as a "double decanter made of two objects blown in the same time". Second drawing, Circle, includes three views; first view, on upper portion of drawing, is smaller than the other two and is of base of decanter; two side views included near center of drawing. Text is featured below describing circle as "a decanter talking about the outside coming into the inside. The liquid turns around the object as it is inside it". Third drawing, Haug, includes three views of raised plate; first view, on upper portion of drawing, is smaller than the other two and is closeup of plate lip; two side views included near center of drawing. Text is featured below describing Haug as a "plate drawn in memory of vulcanoes [that is, volcanoes] that we made when we were children".
These design drawings were not turned into glass or the glass was not kept.
The Corning Museum of Glass partnered with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and presented this design program October 22-27, 2013 in the Tuileries Garden, Paris, France.
At the time of her design session at GlassLab, Bertin was a student at the École Camondo of Les Arts Décoratifs. Under the direction of Marco Mencacci, students in this five year program learn about various materials for design such as wood and metal. GlassLab provides an opportunity for designers and glassmakers to collaborate by using hot glass as a catalyst for innovation. This was the first opportunity for the students at the École Camondo to design for glass.
Contents: 
Page 1. Escarpolette --
Page 2. Circle --
Page 3. Haug.
Series: 
GlassLab preparatory drawing