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Natalia Baudoin

The Buenos Aires base, Bolivian and Venezuelan designer trained in France presented her stunning collection, Imprinted Memories for the first time at this year’s M&O 2016. Natalia Baudoin created a collection of everyday objects using indigenous casting techniques known as “imprinted ceramic,” in a tribute to the craftsmanship of native cultures pushed to the fringe by globalisation.

The collection consists of five pieces: one water carafe, one cup, one mortar, and two dishes. All inspired by the foundation utensils of South American indigenous communities.
 
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