Cava Collection

 

Overview

Cava collection by LucidiPevere Cava is the collection designed for Living Ceramics; it arises from a mix of formats, decorations engraved on the piece and a play with the colour scheme.  From a concrete surface which was in line with the own image of the Spanish firm, LucidiPevere have 

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Unearthed Collection

 

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Inspiration: Sevak Zargarian's current Unearthed Interiors collection is a range of interior products and accessories handmade in his garden studio. So called because of the act of sanding the surface ‘unearths' the random pattern created through the process of casting. The inspiration was a pure 

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Atro-City Collection

 

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Atro-City collection by Emma Johnson Ceramics At its time of emergence in post-war Britain, Brutalist architecture intended to symbolise a modern utopia. It aimed to provide a new type of social housing which would transform society through architecture, but by the 1970s it had gained a negative 

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Yixing

 

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‘The Tea House’ by Christopher Jenner presents Yixing (ee-shing), a new collection of contemporary ceramic homeware, made using the famous purple Zisha clay from Yixing in Eastern China’s Jiangsu Province.   Yixing pottery can be traced back to the North Song Dynasty (960-1127 

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Terrazzo

 

Overview

ZAKKIA is the Sydney based homewares label where Swedish heritage meets natural handmade design. ZAKKIA design collections that celebrate the natural beauty of raw materials through simple forms that highlight the handmade process. All of their products are handmade in collaboration with small artisan 

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Unison

 

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Unison ceramics by Schneid. The Unison set is a ceramic tableware collection with seven different pieces. It consists of a coffee pot, big and small plate, soup bowl, sugar bowl, cup and a universal fitting lid. The ceramic is dyed with pigments and available in five special colours, all mixed by 

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The Contrast Collection

 

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The current body of work by Scott Carter Wilson aims to create a contemporary language that communicates between the piece and the viewer. Wilson tries to investigate the boundaries and find the balance between sculpture and function within the form. He enjoys playing around with audience's preconceived 

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Arc Collection

 

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Entirely hand painted, this art deco inspired collection celebrates the heritage of hand decorated British bone china. Unlike traditional patterns, Arc is precise, graphic and contemporary. Arc shines a new light on the phenomenal skill Stoke-on-Trent's master decorators. The bold asymmetrical design, in 

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Erosion Set

 

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Studio Floris Wubben designed an installation inspired by the solar system with which unique textures can be created in sequence. Within this installation, a gas burner's flame etches a texture onto an unbaked porcelain object. The porcelain reacts to the high temperature, causing various layers to burst 

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Arc Collection

 

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Richard Brendon is a British product designer renowned for his considered, refined and dynamic designs. The Richard Brendon studio sources the best materials and craftsmen in the world to produce their products to the highest quality. Richard believes that by bringing master craftsmen and design together 

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Eccentric Plates

 

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The tableware series Eccentric Plates, by Daniel van Dijck, consists of four different unique, handcrafted decorative plates and dinner plates, which are made of various materials such as ceramics, copper and brass. The series not only assists the daily ritual of food consumption; it also symbolises the 

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Muselet

 

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Milan based designer Ilaria Innocenti presents the Muselet series, a collection of ceramic containers characterised by minimal shapes. Designed for incipit, the mechanically turned containers are enhanced with a copper steel wire that wraps around each vessel and creates a handle. This outline was 

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Aureola

 

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The idea of designing a tea set came to Venetian designer Luca Nichetto from personal research, which started many years ago and was developed over time with Russian designer Lera Moiseeva. Their research and ideas were centred around ancient and modern sharing rituals which play an important role in 

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Seams

 

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Seams is a collection of five large ceramic centrepieces designed by Benjamin Hubert Ltd for iconic Italian ceramic manufacturer Bitossi Ceramiche. The collection stems from the studio's research into creating mass-produced products with one off details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing 

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