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The Dancing Joachim by Quiet Studio

Designed in Singapore and made in Japan by ceramic company Kihara Inc., the Singapore Icons Studio Project sets out to identify new symbols for Singapore.

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Tableware by Sue Pryke

November 11th, 2013 Posted In:
Design

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British designer Sue Pryke began her career in the Potteries over 20 years ago as a designer at Wedgewood and has since developed homeware collections for IKEA, John Lewis and M&S. In September she launched her own line of tableware, which is all made in collaboration with small factories and makers across the UK.

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Last year we featured the beautiful 6:1 ceramics collection by talented Dutch ceramicist Kirstie van Noort - a collection of interestingly-textured tableware made from porcelain waste.

This year, Kirstie has launched a new book called Ceramic Paint | Collection Cornwall, that tells the story of how Kirstie came to create a collection of ceramic paint inspired by Cornwall, England. Read the rest of this entry »

Ceremony tea set by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Mjolk_14

Swedish designers Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, known collectively as studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, have designed a beautiful little tea set for Toronto-based store Mjölk (meaning milk in Swedish and pronounced ‘Mi-yelk’). The tea set is designed as a merging of eastern and western tea and coffee cultures – a sort of Japanese tea ceremony meets Swedish Fika (a coffee and cake break). Read the rest of this entry »