Vase #1 rose marbré
Vase #1 rose marbré
Vase #1 vert marbré
Vase #1 vert marbré
Vase #1 bleu marbré
Vase #1 bleu marbré
Vase #1 coca
Vase #1 coca
Vase #2 rose flamingo_poly blanche
Vase #2 rose flamingo_poly blanche
Vase_#2_vert_marbré_ananas_blanc_
Vase_#2_vert_marbré_ananas_blanc_
Vase_#2_bleu_marbré_poly_noir
Vase_#2_bleu_marbré_poly_noir
Vase #2 coca_ananas noir x 2
Vase #2 coca_ananas noir x 2
Vase #3 rose flamingo_cylindre noir
Vase #3 rose flamingo_cylindre noir
Vase_#3_vert_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase_#3_vert_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase_#3_bleu_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase_#3_bleu_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase #3 coca_cylindre noir
Vase #3 coca_cylindre noir
Vase #4 rose flamingo_cylindre noir
Vase #4 rose flamingo_cylindre noir
Vase_#4_vert_marbré_ananas_blanc
Vase_#4_vert_marbré_ananas_blanc
Vase_#4_bleu_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase_#4_bleu_marbré_ananas_noir
Vase #4 coca_cylindre blanc
Vase #4 coca_cylindre blanc
suspension jaune_ananas blanc
suspension jaune_ananas blanc
suspension_rose_marbré_ananas_noir
suspension_rose_marbré_ananas_noir
suspension coca_ananas blanc
suspension coca_ananas blanc

TOTEM COLLECTION  

In May 2016 Marie-Victoire Winckler starts her Totem collection of vases and suspension lampes. She begins her research in Tunisia where she founds very textured blown glass and traditional ceramics, but it is in Portugal that she is producing today with the excellency of the portugues craft.

The idea is to take traditional technics and high light them with a modern design mixing different material.

Sourcing for technics she finds special blown glass with very special textures and traditional ceramic. 

The Totem collection, composed of glass-blown vases, lamps and bowls uses glass as a textile, dressing the objects and ceramics like ornamental accessories.

The ceramic ring can be interchanged, making each piece absolutely unique depending on the chosen composition. This singularity is reinforced by the pattern formed by the glass blowers’ breath, that differs with each object.

The particularity of this glass finds its place in ambiguity, between fabric and marble, between soft and rigid, equally reminiscent of a stormy sky and a pool bathed in light. Depending on the light of the day, the material takes on different lives, oscillating between translucent and opaque.