Deriva y Trampa

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a vase sitting on top of a pink block in front of a mirror
FIG 20 VASE
Deriva y Trampa, a new body of work produced by Canoa Lab for TRNK, is inspired by Alfarería de Trampa (Trap Pottery) - a centuries-old ceramics tradition from the designers’ native Valencia, Spain. Leveraging the history of Alfaria de Trampa, Deriva y Trampa investigates the relationship between object and utility. If form does not need to relegate itself to function, how does the craftsman prioritize the two while properly celebrating both?
a white vase sitting on top of a black and white checkered floor next to a wooden door
FIG 10 VASE
Deriva y Trampa, a new body of work produced by Canoa Lab for TRNK, is inspired by Alfarería de Trampa (Trap Pottery) - a centuries-old ceramics tradition from the designers’ native Valencia, Spain. Leveraging the history of Alfaria de Trampa, Deriva y Trampa investigates the relationship between object and utility. If form does not need to relegate itself to function, how does the craftsman prioritize the two while properly celebrating both?
a vase sitting on top of a pink block next to water
a vase sitting on top of a block in the grass
FIG 19 VASE
Deriva y Trampa, a new body of work produced by Canoa Lab for TRNK, is inspired by Alfarería de Trampa (Trap Pottery) - a centuries-old ceramics tradition from the designers’ native Valencia, Spain. Leveraging the history of Alfaria de Trampa, Deriva y Trampa investigates the relationship between object and utility. If form does not need to relegate itself to function, how does the craftsman prioritize the two while properly celebrating both?
a white vase sitting on top of a checkered floor
FIG 12 SIDE TABLE
Deriva y Trampa, a new body of work produced by Canoa Lab for TRNK, is inspired by Alfarería de Trampa (Trap Pottery) - a centuries-old ceramics tradition from the designers’ native Valencia, Spain. Leveraging the history of Alfaria de Trampa, Deriva y Trampa investigates the relationship between object and utility. If form does not need to relegate itself to function, how does the craftsman prioritize the two while properly celebrating both?
a table lamp sitting on top of a wooden floor next to a window in a dark room
FIG 5 LAMP
Deriva y Trampa, a new body of work produced by Canoa Lab for TRNK, is inspired by Alfarería de Trampa (Trap Pottery) - a centuries-old ceramics tradition from the designers’ native Valencia, Spain. Leveraging the history of Alfaria de Trampa, Deriva y Trampa investigates the relationship between object and utility. If form does not need to relegate itself to function, how does the craftsman prioritize the two while properly celebrating both?