May 2020

Posts tagged as 'porcelain'

On display at Maison & Objet: Ceramic art by Paola Paronetto

At next year’s Maison & Objet in Paris, scheduled from January 21st – 25th, 2011 the Italian ceramist Paola Paronetto will present her newest creations as part of ‘Scènes d’intérieur’ section – amongst them these beautiful paper clay objects.


'Milchmomente' by Milia Seyppel and Laura Strassr, photo by Nina Struve und Milia Seyppel

The German designers Milia Seyppel and Laura Strasser designed the beautiful bowl ‘Milchmomente’ some years ago. It has been worth waiting because finally it is available in fine porcelain, manufactured in cooperation with the Porzellanmanufaktur Reichenbach in Thuringia.


Jaime Hayón's new collection for Kutani Choemon

The Spanish designer Jaime Hayón recently unveiled the new porcelain collection he designed in collaboration with the Japanese products design studio Maruwakaya for Kutani Choemon. The Japanese traditional porcelain company produces handmade tableware for over 130 years.


'Porzellan+X' by Mark Braun

The Berlin based designer Mark Braun was invited by the newly founded DMY Design Gallery at Stilwerk, the temporary exhibition space and shop of the DMY network, to present his most recent study on porcelain. The exhibition will be open from today (vernissage from 6 – 9 pm) until 8 December at Stilwerk, Kantstraße 17, Berlin.


Volker Haug's 'Rudolph' porcelain pendant light, from his 'Antler' range

Presented during the recent London Design Festival under the auspices of the somewhat tongue-in-cheekly named group exhibition ‘Matilda’, which showcased the work of a number of Australian-based designers in the UK for the first time, Volker Haug’s highly graphic, highly architectural porcelain lighting enthralled visitors. (more…)

'14%' by Laura Strasser

“Reproduction of the Reproduction of the Reproduction… ” – this explains, basically, the production process of Laura Strasser’s porcelain pendant light. The young German designer took advantage of an normally bothersome characteristic of the porcelain’s baking process: a shrinkage of 14%. Her collection of pendant lights consists of nine lampshades – every lamp bonnet is a reproduction of the previous one, which is, in turn, a copy of a preceding bonnet. In such a sequence therefore, the bonnets become 14% smaller with each phase.


'Ovale' by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

The Paris based Bouroullec brothers recently completed this new tableware collection, designed for the Italian manufacturer Alessi. The relatively thick-walled yet elagant cups and pans are a perfect combination of classiness and tradition – “Delicate, slightly expressive, simple, almost neo-primitive” how Alberto Alessi describes it.


Mon 6.9.

‘Pieces of Π’ by Dik Scheepers (NL)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 06.09.2010 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Pieces of Π' by Dik Scheepers

The Dutch designer Dik Scheepers realised this rough yet beautiful pieces of porcelain tableware as his graduation project at Academie Beeldende Kunsten Maastricht.

Instead of creating a perfect smooth mould Dik uses modular forms which enable him to interchange the segments and build a variety of shapes.