Halka Vase Collection is an ongoing project composed of one-of-a-kind, handmade vases inspired by prehistoric artefacts of Mediterranean, Anatolian and Mesopotamian civilizations. With Halka Vases, their eternal beauty is interpreted and translated into a contemporary form language. The color scheme is inspired by everyday life of today. This is an attempt to meet abstracted archaic forms with the colorful world of today.
Being passionate about slow production processes, each vase is produced with the traditional coiling technique, for those who find beauty in imperfect handmade objects. Uniqueness is highly valued, therefore same design is not repeated. Each vase has a spesific number underneath to indicate which unique design is. Halka Vases were launched in 2019 and they continue to grow. Previous collaborations and exhibitions in Halka Vases’ journey: 1000 Vases – Paris Design Week (September 2019), Jacquemus Braderie (December 2019), Studio Exhibition (March 2020), Istanbul 74 (July 2020), Rossana Orlandi (August 2020)