Koichi Io

After training inside his father’s metalsmith workshop from an early age, Io studied metal design in Japan and Korea. His vessels are characterised by fluid, flowing transitions and shapes achieved by combining traditional hammering technology and contemporary forms.

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Three Legs Vase
Metal
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Whirl Vessel X
Metal
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Mini Whirl Vase
Metal
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Whirl Box
Metal
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Whirl Vase
Metal
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Three Legs Vase
Metal
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Mini Whirl Vase
Metal
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Mini Melon Vase
Metal
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Three Legged Vase
Metal
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Three Legged Vase
Metal
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Whirl Beaker
Metal
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Whirl Beaker
Metal
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Melon Beaker
Metal
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Oasis
Lacquer
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Bloom
Lacquer
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Biophilia; Celestial Shaped Vessel
Metal
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WA-RI-KI 2204
Wood
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Tanka Topology Form, Mizusashi
Ceramics
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Biophilia; One Planet, PRAY
Metal
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Composition Sostenute
Other
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Aluminum Chrysanthemum
Jewellery