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Natascha Madeiski
Grey House  and Blue House/ Exhibition during LDF 2018 | Interior Design by Natascha Madeiski
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Grey House and Blue House/ Exhibition during LDF 2018 - Interior Design

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A co-curated exhibition showcasing the work of local and international designers, artists and makers in two unique residential settings: Grey House, an elegant North London townhouse, and neighbouring Blue house, an eclectic loft set in a converted Methodist congregation hall.
Curated by Louisa Grey and Morgwn Rimel.

Terrazzo Vases
The history of terrazzo can be traced back to the early stages of the Neolithic period.
The form of terrazzo used today derives from the 18th century Venetian pavement and the cheaper Seminato. Terrazzo was created when resourceful Venetian mosaic workers discovered a way to reuse marble remnants.
Whilst terrazzo surfaces consist of durable materials such as marble, granite, concrete or metal aggregates mixed with cement or epoxy, the terrazzo vases explore the terrazzo production techniques with porcelain as an exciting new material.
The coloured chips are pre made using a marbling technique which are later integrated into the slip casting process to blend with the main body.
Each vase is handmade and only reveals colours and their unique patterns after being sanded down.

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Natascha Madeiski
Meet the Creator
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Wescover creator since 2020
Natascha was born in Bolzano, Italy. She studied architecture in Innsbruck, where she graduated in 2006. She has lived and worked in Bolzano, Innsbruck, Vienna and, since 2008, London, UK, where she teaches architecture whilst pursuing her own cross-disciplinary design practice.

Her projects span from architecture, lighting and furniture, to collaborative public art and independent
research into advanced manufacturing and fabrication.
Most recently, she has entered the fragile world of ceramics, as always looking for innovation through experimentation with the materials and processes involved.