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
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Whirl Vessel X
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Whirl Box
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Three Legged Vase
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Three Legged Vase
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Mini Whirl Vase
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Mini Melon Vase
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Three Legs Vase
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Whirl Vase
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Mini Whirl Vase
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Whirl Beaker
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Whirl Beaker
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Melon Beaker
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Voyage of Time III
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Big Trays of Parquetry
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Untitled
Ceramics
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Fusion 18-07
Lacquer
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Mokume-Gane Open Vase
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Gloss Reaction #2
Lacquer
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Waveform Bucket I
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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