Category Archives: Exhibitions

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

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

Succession by Färg & Blanche for Petite Friture

Marrying the surface texture of felt with porcelain, Succession by Färg & Blanche for Petit Friture is a collection of tableware that brings together two contrasting materials. Known for their experimentation with felt and texture, Swedish studio Färg & Blanche created

Succession by Färg & Blanche for Petite Friture

Marrying the surface texture of felt with porcelain, Succession by Färg & Blanche for Petit Friture is a collection of tableware that brings together two contrasting materials. Known for their experimentation with felt and texture, Swedish studio Färg & Blanche created

Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki is a type of pottery and porcelain with more than 1300 years of history, traditionally produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. In Mino-yaki, Nendo combines ‘mino-yaki’ pieces with ‘kintsugi’, the art of repairing broken ceramic pieces with

Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki is a type of pottery and porcelain with more than 1300 years of history, traditionally produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. In Mino-yaki, Nendo combines ‘mino-yaki’ pieces with ‘kintsugi’, the art of repairing broken ceramic pieces with

Now & Then by Natascha Madeiski and Linnie Mclarty

Inspired by an archeological dig in Lebanon, Now & Then is a collaboration in metal and porcelain by architect / product designer Natascha Madeiski and silversmith / jewellery designer Linnie Mclarty. The project pairs porcelain vessels from Madeiski with metal

Now & Then by Natascha Madeiski and Linnie Mclarty

Inspired by an archeological dig in Lebanon, Now & Then is a collaboration in metal and porcelain by architect / product designer Natascha Madeiski and silversmith / jewellery designer Linnie Mclarty. The project pairs porcelain vessels from Madeiski with metal

Luscious Food Cravings by Ido Garini & Lenneke Wispelwey

Luscious Food Cravings by Ido Garini and Dutch studio Lenneke Wispelwey is a multidisciplinary design project redefining the traditional eating experience. On top of a collection of products for dining, the team has realised a complete culinary journey that rethinks the traditional activity

Luscious Food Cravings by Ido Garini & Lenneke Wispelwey

Luscious Food Cravings by Ido Garini and Dutch studio Lenneke Wispelwey is a multidisciplinary design project redefining the traditional eating experience. On top of a collection of products for dining, the team has realised a complete culinary journey that rethinks the traditional activity

Souvenir Collection by Andrea Rekalidis for BOZU

Souvenir Collection by Italian designer Andrea Rekalidis is a set of white-glazed ceramic desk organisers modeled after five famous Italian monuments. Rekalidis got the idea for the collection from the small souvenir statues of famous landmarks tourist usually bring home

Souvenir Collection by Andrea Rekalidis for BOZU

Souvenir Collection by Italian designer Andrea Rekalidis is a set of white-glazed ceramic desk organisers modeled after five famous Italian monuments. Rekalidis got the idea for the collection from the small souvenir statues of famous landmarks tourist usually bring home

Elements Collection by Jomi Evers Solheim

Elements by Swedish designer Jomi Evers Solheim is a collection of porcelain vases made from moulds that were formed around balloons filled with water. The elasticity of the latex allows Solheim to capture the momentary forms created by the contents of

Elements Collection by Jomi Evers Solheim

Elements by Swedish designer Jomi Evers Solheim is a collection of porcelain vases made from moulds that were formed around balloons filled with water. The elasticity of the latex allows Solheim to capture the momentary forms created by the contents of