Category Archives: Studios

Espresso Cup by Lukas Bast Design

3D printed porcelain mugs are finished with willow wigs in this Espresso Cup collection by Lukas Bast Design. The minimal shape of the mugs is nicely accentuated by the organic mass of the twigs and also provide an interesting haptic

Espresso Cup by Lukas Bast Design

3D printed porcelain mugs are finished with willow wigs in this Espresso Cup collection by Lukas Bast Design. The minimal shape of the mugs is nicely accentuated by the organic mass of the twigs and also provide an interesting haptic

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

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

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

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

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,

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,

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

Faceta by Francesc Gasch Studio

Designed in Barcelona by Francesc Gasch, Faceta is a collection of orthogonal shaped flower pots formed by 14 facets. Each piece is accompanied by a copper plated steel stand, allowing the pieces to be suspended from the floor. Available in soft pastel

Faceta by Francesc Gasch Studio

Designed in Barcelona by Francesc Gasch, Faceta is a collection of orthogonal shaped flower pots formed by 14 facets. Each piece is accompanied by a copper plated steel stand, allowing the pieces to be suspended from the floor. Available in soft pastel

Cooking Tableware by Lagranja for Toshiba

This collection of versatile kitchen appliances were developed by design studio lagranja as part of a research and design project into the role of industrial products within the ever shrinking size of modern residences. Comissioned by toshiba, the central question

Cooking Tableware by Lagranja for Toshiba

This collection of versatile kitchen appliances were developed by design studio lagranja as part of a research and design project into the role of industrial products within the ever shrinking size of modern residences. Comissioned by toshiba, the central question