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Babylon by Elias Monzón

Lund University student Elias Monzón created Babylon to tackle a common problem that affect plants in the office: dehydration. Plants are used in offices to improve air quality and uplift mood but are frequently neglected by busy workers who have

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Babylon by Elias Monzón

Lund University student Elias Monzón created Babylon to tackle a common problem that affect plants in the office: dehydration. Plants are used in offices to improve air quality and uplift mood but are frequently neglected by busy workers who have

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The Shapes Collection by AANDERSSON

Shapes by AANDERSSON is a five piece mug collection that explores the functional application of various geometric shapes in isolation and in pairs. Attached to a simple cylindrical body, a triangle becomes a mug handle. A square in a rectangle

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The Shapes Collection by AANDERSSON

Shapes by AANDERSSON is a five piece mug collection that explores the functional application of various geometric shapes in isolation and in pairs. Attached to a simple cylindrical body, a triangle becomes a mug handle. A square in a rectangle

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Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors by Dimitri Bähler

In Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors, Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler explores the concept of usefulness in our homes. Playing with the archetypal purpose of ceramic vessels, the collection features shallow dishes, some with irregular surfaces and chunky vases in bright

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Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors by Dimitri Bähler

In Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors, Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler explores the concept of usefulness in our homes. Playing with the archetypal purpose of ceramic vessels, the collection features shallow dishes, some with irregular surfaces and chunky vases in bright

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Lightfoot Jewerly by Erin Lightfoot

Erin Lightfoot is an Australian print and ceramics designer who creates contemporary porcelain jewelry pieces working out of her Brisbane studio. Pattern and color is integral to Erin’s work, building intricate geometric compositions with a carefully considered color palette. Each pieces is

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Lightfoot Jewerly by Erin Lightfoot

Erin Lightfoot is an Australian print and ceramics designer who creates contemporary porcelain jewelry pieces working out of her Brisbane studio. Pattern and color is integral to Erin’s work, building intricate geometric compositions with a carefully considered color palette. Each pieces is

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Rolla by Ann Kristin Einarsen

Rolla by Norwegian designer Ann Kristin Einarsen is a collection of two-toned ceramic planters in unglazed low fired earthenware and glazed porcelain. Rotund and stocky in shape, Rolla was inspired by the iconic Muuto Plus salt and pepper grinder designed by Norway

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Rolla by Ann Kristin Einarsen

Rolla by Norwegian designer Ann Kristin Einarsen is a collection of two-toned ceramic planters in unglazed low fired earthenware and glazed porcelain. Rotund and stocky in shape, Rolla was inspired by the iconic Muuto Plus salt and pepper grinder designed by Norway

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Carved Pill Bowl by Kutarq Studio for OTHR

Carved Pill Bowl by Kutarq Studio is the latest launch from OTHR, the new 3D printing brand that focuses on modern designs from today’s most talented young designers. Featuring an asymmetrical curved surface that exhibits the possibilities of the 3D printing process,

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Carved Pill Bowl by Kutarq Studio for OTHR

Carved Pill Bowl by Kutarq Studio is the latest launch from OTHR, the new 3D printing brand that focuses on modern designs from today’s most talented young designers. Featuring an asymmetrical curved surface that exhibits the possibilities of the 3D printing process,

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Manantial by Martín Azúa

In a new exhibition, Manantial, Spanish designer Martín Azúa explores the relationship between ceramics and nature. Azúa’s in interest in the subject matter started in 1999, when he began leaving porous ceramic vases in the Urederra river in Navarra, in an attempt

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Manantial by Martín Azúa

In a new exhibition, Manantial, Spanish designer Martín Azúa explores the relationship between ceramics and nature. Azúa’s in interest in the subject matter started in 1999, when he began leaving porous ceramic vases in the Urederra river in Navarra, in an attempt