Sale price55 € Regular price95 €
3D Printedfrench designerlightweight

Freehand Transparent
Argot Studio

3D Printedfrench designerlightweight
Sale price55 € Regular price95 €
3D Printedfrench designerlightweight

The Freehand Transparent Vase is meticulously crafted with a single layer of transparency, allowing it to beautifully capture and reflect light. This versatile piece exudes elegance and sophistication, effortlessly enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your home. Its lightweight design adds to its uniqueness, making it a remarkable addition to any living space.

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Argot Studio is a design studio based in Paris. It specializes in creating sustainably-made, 3D printed collectible pieces that are intended to enhance any space. Inspired by the juxtaposition of man-made, brutalist architecture and the organic forms found in nature, Argot pieces exhibit a poetic and thoughtful aesthetic. The name "Argot" derives from the French word for "colorful slang," which is commonly used by Parisians in their everyday language.
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100% polylactic acid (PLA) derived from corn starch. The material is locally produced, non-toxic and plant-based. Dimensions: H 28 . L 10 . W 4.3 cm Weight: 0.09 kg Printing time: 6 hours

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100% polylactic acid (PLA) derived from corn starch. The material is locally produced, non-toxic and plant-based. Dimensions: H 28 . L 10 . W 4.3 cm Weight: 0.09 kg Printing time: 6 hours

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Return & Exchanges
AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Return & Exchanges window
14 Days

About

Argot Studio is a design studio based in Paris. It specializes in creating sustainably-made, 3D printed collectible pieces that are intended to enhance any space. Inspired by the juxtaposition of man-made, brutalist architecture and the organic forms found in nature, Argot pieces exhibit a poetic and thoughtful aesthetic. The name "Argot" derives from the French word for "colorful slang," which is commonly used by Parisians in their everyday language.

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