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Zenroast, the ceramic coffee roaster

Zenroast created a personal ceramic coffee roaster, perfect for freshly roasting a days worth of coffee beans. Zenroast is based on a traditional Japanese tool, once used for roasting tea leaves, sesame seeds and other nuts. In it’s current form, the

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Zenroast, the ceramic coffee roaster

Zenroast created a personal ceramic coffee roaster, perfect for freshly roasting a days worth of coffee beans. Zenroast is based on a traditional Japanese tool, once used for roasting tea leaves, sesame seeds and other nuts. In it’s current form, the

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Bracelet Flask by Object & Totem

Brooklyn ceramics studio Object & Totem created this playful flask that fits on the wrist like a bracelet. Able to hold one shot worth of liquor, the object is based on a circular 19th century flask Totem & Object founder

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Bracelet Flask by Object & Totem

Brooklyn ceramics studio Object & Totem created this playful flask that fits on the wrist like a bracelet. Able to hold one shot worth of liquor, the object is based on a circular 19th century flask Totem & Object founder

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Scales by MUT Design for Harmony by Peronda

Bright colors added to the edges of these ceramic tiles imitiate the vibrant shimmery effect transmitted by the scales of a fish as it swims under water. Designed by Alberto Sánchez of MUT Design for Harmony by Peronda, the tiles, when assembled,

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Scales by MUT Design for Harmony by Peronda

Bright colors added to the edges of these ceramic tiles imitiate the vibrant shimmery effect transmitted by the scales of a fish as it swims under water. Designed by Alberto Sánchez of MUT Design for Harmony by Peronda, the tiles, when assembled,

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Twintsugi by Schemata Architects / Jo Nagasaka

Twintsugi by Japanese architect/designer Jo Nagasaka explores the art of kintsugi, the japanese method of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted with gold, silver or platinum. In original kintsuki, the resulting colored joints meant to be appreciated as the ‘landscape’ of the

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Twintsugi by Schemata Architects / Jo Nagasaka

Twintsugi by Japanese architect/designer Jo Nagasaka explores the art of kintsugi, the japanese method of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted with gold, silver or platinum. In original kintsuki, the resulting colored joints meant to be appreciated as the ‘landscape’ of the

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Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa

Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa are vessels in the shape of animals that have been awarded a sacred status by different cultures in different ages. Both made from ceramic and decorated with a mix of glossy and matte glazes

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Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa

Khepri & Loricato by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa are vessels in the shape of animals that have been awarded a sacred status by different cultures in different ages. Both made from ceramic and decorated with a mix of glossy and matte glazes

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Bubblegraphy by Studio Oddness

Studio Oddness is a recently established collaboration between designers Thomas van der Sman and Adrianus Kundert. In their first project, Bubblegraphy, they explore the theme of randomness and it’s place in modern manufacturing processes. In Bubblegraphy, foaming soap glaze creates

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Bubblegraphy by Studio Oddness

Studio Oddness is a recently established collaboration between designers Thomas van der Sman and Adrianus Kundert. In their first project, Bubblegraphy, they explore the theme of randomness and it’s place in modern manufacturing processes. In Bubblegraphy, foaming soap glaze creates

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SpongeOh! by Pott

SpongeOh! is the latest ceramic light collection by Spanish design studio Pott. Handcrafted in Totana in Southern Spain, the pendants are the marriage of smooth and porous clay surfaces in two distinctive shapes. The small holes of the porous strip allow the light to

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SpongeOh! by Pott

SpongeOh! is the latest ceramic light collection by Spanish design studio Pott. Handcrafted in Totana in Southern Spain, the pendants are the marriage of smooth and porous clay surfaces in two distinctive shapes. The small holes of the porous strip allow the light to