October 2021

Posts tagged as 'porcelain'

Sun 19.7.

White Ball Lamps by Isabelle Fessler (CH)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.07.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

White Ball Lamps by Isabelle Fessler

White Ball Lamps by Isabelle Fessler

Every one of the simple white ball lamps designed and moulded from high grade porcelain by Isabelle Fessler, is unique.



'Bestiarium' collection by Maria Volokhova, Shapes In Play

‘Bestiarium’ collection by Maria Volokhova, Shapes In Play

‘Bestiarium’, a series of fragile porcelain hybrid creatures, is the result of an experimental collaboration between artist Maria Volokhova and design studio SHAPES iN PLAY.



Thu 7.2.

‘Taped’ coffee cups by Studio PS (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2013 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Taped' coffee cups by Studio PS

‘Taped’ coffee cups by Studio PS

A colourful collection of porcelain coffee cups by Studio PS offers an unusual tactile experience, a surface relief that resembles layers of tape.



'Rice' dinnerware collection by Studio Laura Strasser for JIA Inc.

A young German designer and founder of her namesake studio Laura Strasser has developed this delicate, milky-white set of porcelaine dinnerware in collaboration with a Hong Kong-based manufacturer JIA Inc.. Named after the century-old, traditional Chinese rice grain technique employed in its production process, ‘Rice’ features a subtle, translucent cut-out pattern reminiscent of rice grains. (more…)

'Porcelain' pendant light by Studio WM; photo by Paul Schipper

Wendy Legro and Maarten Collignon, a duo of young, Eindhoven-trained designers behind Rotterdam-based Studio WM, have realised these two, pared-down pendant lights: a shipyard-inspired, black opaque model called ‘Porcelain’ and a similar, hand-blown glass version, ‘Gradient.’ Based on the same principle, both of the designs employ a pulley mechanism which enables an easy adjustment of the height of the lamps. Part of the ‘Lightness in Lines’ collection, the lights will be presented at Ventura Lambrate during the Salone del Mobile 2012 in Milan. (more…)

'Porcelain' by Thibaut Godard has won the main award in the 'make me!' contest

Thibaut Godard is a young French designer and recent l’École de Design Nantes Atlantique graduate who earlier today has been awarded the first prize in the fourth edition ‘make me!’ contest at Poland’s Lodz Design Festival. Called ‘Porcelain’, Godard’s winning project consist of nine simple phials or phial-like wine bottles made of milky-white porcelain, elegantly packaged in equally minimalist box. Organised by Lodz Art Center, the competition was open to any young designer who at the time of entering the contest was not younger than 20 and not older than 30 years old. (more…)

'Space Capsules' by Guillaume Noiseux for Bernardaud

‘An homage to the world of astronautics’, this futuristic series of carved porcelain vases has been created by the young Canadian designer and recent Luxury Design graduate (MAS-Luxe)

Guillaume Noiseux and manufactured by the French porcelain specialists Bernardaud. Inspired by his fascination with the conquest of space and ‘space travel and the aesthetics and poetry behind space shuttles and satellites’, the collection consists of Bernardaud’s preexisting designs which were reinterpreted and decorated by Noiseux. (more…)

'France' by Albert Schrurs for Bernardaud

Taking his cue from the internationally acclaimed Michelin Annual Red Guide, the young Swiss architect and recent Luxury Design graduate (MAS-Luxury) Albert Schrurs has created this imaginative series of 30 meticulously-decorated porcelain plates which, when aligned together, compose a giant map of French roads along with the country’s best restaurants. Created for the French porcelain specialists Bernardaud, the limited-edition series is Schrurs’ ‘tribute to both the amazing road network and gastronomy’ and it can be viewed at Bernardaud Foundation’s ‘Le Décor est Planté’ exhibition in Limoges (on show until 24 October 2011). (more…)

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ECAL graduate show: ‘France’ by Albert Schrurs for Bernardaud