The sheer immensity of household goods causes saturation and, in the end, that table remains bare or not quite like we’d wanted. But pay attention to this brand: Parament designs products using ceramics, textiles, wood and marble that are both convenient and aesthetically appealing, with enough doses of minimalism. Rauert’s aim is to offer essential and […]Read more
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At this point there is no doubt we are in the midst of a ceramic boom. This ancient form of artistic and utilitarian expression has more and more followers every day and more and more firms contributing their bit to the boom. The latest to join this trend is clothing brand Folk in close collaboration with Brickett […]Read more
Joey Roth is an industrial designers specializing in ceramics. While he was planning a garden in his California home, he came across a rare object used by natives Americans called the Olla, a very simple clay vessel that is buried near a plant’s roots to provide a constant trickle of water to prevent it from losing […]Read more
The delicate porcelain sculptures by Japanese Hitomi Hosono are true works of art. His very detailed sculptures, usually vessels, are made up of small overlapping pieces which create an unparalleled baroque and natural world.Read more
Jaime Beriestain, a famous Chilean interior designer living in Barcelona, presents his latest creation, a beautiful and versatile set of utilitarian crockery. It fits perfectly in rustic environments for sophisticated presentations. This line is included in the Beriestain Collection.Read more
One of our favorite concept stores, Nordicthink (a furniture shop in Barcelona specializing in Scandinavian design) has finally brought to our country the beauty, personality and character of Marimekko‘s accessories and textile designs.Read more