Tag: "ceramic"

Onza, the sweetest ceramic tiles by MUT Design

Inspired by chocolate bars, in its texture, production process and how these melt down with heat, MUT Design’s Onza ceramic tiles collection for Harmony wants to be the most minimalist and conceptual design devised.

K.H. Würtz, father and son team of studio ceramists

Würtz style is simultaneously contemporary in design and archaic in the crafting. It’s been described as timeless but is also future-oriented in the way it supersedes both heavily floral traditional fine china dinner sets and early 21st century minimalist white faience.

Pots, trays & vases created by mixing metal dust with plaster and eco-resin

The RUST range is composed of pots, trays and vases created by mixing metal dust with plaster and eco-resin (Jesmonite). No two items in RUST are the same: the collection is entirely hand-made and the metal dust oxidation gives each product a unique texture, varying in colour and intensity.

Rimma Tchilingarian’s Colour Vases

With indus­tri­al­i­za­tion por­ce­lain reached the next stage of its ev­o­lu­tion. Less com­plex forms and pat­terns and more stand­ard­ized and prac­ti­cal prod­ucts evolved char­ac­ter­ized by smooth well-pro­cessed surfaces. The ob­jec­tive of the in­dus­try con­sists in manu­fac­tur­ing everyday ob­jects in se­ri­al pro­duc­tion. These goods are not dis­tin­guish­a­ble from each other any­more and cope with the need for norm­a­ti­vi­ty.

Scotch Club. Designed by Mashallah & Apparatu

The Scotch Club is a polygonal ceramic spotlight consisting of 72 facets. The name is a hommage to the first discotheque in europe, named “Scotch Club”, since the ceramic spotlight is a reduced version of the disco ball.

Bird Brick by Aaron Dunkerton

A five-piece cavity nesting box for new build instillation; designed for the conservation of House Sparrows, and manufactured using a traditional brick-making process.

Award Ei! by Hansel Schloupt and Oriol Castellar

Hatching from the egg, the birth and awakening of a chicken ready to face the real hard life after a formation and maturation process . A similar process as a student designer, for this reason the Award Ei! has born.

Color Collision by Kirstie van Noort & Rogier Arents

Kirstie van Noort & Rogier Arents presented Color Collision at Dutch Invertuals 2012 Eindhoven, during the last Dutch Design week.
The project focuses on Materials are effected by circumstances. The pigment in red cabbage is subject to a striking change in color when the PH value in the environment changes. When applied to ceramics this results in crockery in unprecedented colors.

Taça by Entresuelo1a

How many times have we had to break the biscuits to dip it in a bowl full of milk?
Many people choose to crush and eat with a spoon. These inadequacy behaviors arise from the cookie to the glasses / cups, or vice versa. Studio Entresuelo 1a came up with a good inspiration in order to solve the problem.

Memento comburo by Sarah Waxman

Memento Comburo” aims to provide a similar service and remind the consumer of the produced nature of everything they take in. These ceramic vessels take form cues from casting molds, reminding the consumer of the manufactured nature of everything consumed.

Kutani Choemon ceramics by Jaime Hayon

Kutani Choemon was founded in 1879 in Ishikawa, Japan. They have been making tableware and tea ceremony utensils for over 130 years in an integrated system of production from raw material to finished products. Although They are small on a business scale, every piece of work is carefully handmade and hand-painted by experienced craftsmen. Their products feature rich blue and white colors and traditional Kutani color glazes.

Red clay stool by Red Aede & Apparatu

The Brandery, the Barcelona’s Show dedicated to replace the missing Bred & Butter, presented the design of 15 member firms of Red – Association of Spanish Design – creating space ‘Habitat Design’ from which invites bloggers and visitors socialize and see the latest proposals for interior design.

Porcelain work by Sue Paraskeva

Sue Paraskeva produces exquisite thrown porcelain installation work, altered one-offs, and sublime tableware, but it’s the incredible detail in her work that really sets it apart. he way Jamie has managed to capture the details is nearly zen-like. She gets so close to the process you can clearly see Sue’s fingerprints, which is absolutely amazing.

Pleat Box by Apparatu & Mashallah

The idea behind the Pleat Box is that of a sophisticated combination between a digitally-designed crease in a piece of cloth, the silhouette of which is applied to a ceramic base.
The outer part of the lamp is offered in white ceramic, underglazed red clay and grey –the result of recycling different enamels.


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