Borosilicate Glass Towel Rail

Jochen Holz
'Borosilicate Glass Towel Rail' by Jochen Holz for The New Craftsmen. A functional piece made from borosilicate – a heat resistant and durable form a glass.

A contemporary take on a towel rail, made from borosilicate – a durable and heat resistant form of glass. Designed with a fluid shape and mirror screws, the piece was made by Jochen Holz as part of a collection inspired by the concept of bathing and showcased at Decorex International 2016. Suitable as a functional piece and for hanging wet towels.
Material: Borosilicate Glass, Mirror Screws
Dimensions: Height: 10cm, Width: 46cm, Depth: 8cm
Care Instructions: Wipe with damp, lint-free cloth.
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The Maker Jochen Holz Glass Artist - London

Jochen Holz is an award winning contemporary glass artist producing vibrant, organically shaped lampworked glassware and artworks. Jochen originally trained in lamp working in Germany before studying glass at Edinburgh College of Art and The RCA. After graduating in 2003, Jochen established his studio in East London. Jochen Holz’s approach to design is guided by the lampworking process and the flowing forms of hot glass. Each piece is a one off with a unique, spontaneous energy.