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MATERIALS – ‘A close relative of glass, ceramics are woven into the fabric of our anthropology.’ Those words are on the website of Studio Furthermore, an outfit run by Marina …
LAUFEN – Konstantin Grcic’s design washbasin collection Val for Laufen uses a unique, malleable material SaphirKerami. This product appears in Goods 2.
Three workshops, 16 architectural firms and one year are what it took to transform a room inside a former chocolate factory in Berlin’s vibrant Kreuzberg district to become the home to the FAB …
In the hands of Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler, the surfaces of both raw and fired clay forms become canvases.
BUFFALO – Responding to their client’s wish to share one building but maintain separate work environments, the US-based architects created a studio with distinct materialities and atmospheres.
With a majority of its composition sourced from production waste, Lanzavecchia + Wai's porcelain tile range for Mirage offers a tactile and tactful solution for surfacing interiors in a sustainable …
Unveiled at Cersaie, the Numi collection marks Konstantin Grcic's first collaboration with Italian brand Mutina as well as the ancient material of ceramic.
MILAN – In addition to a vertical forest, the Italian city now boasts a vertical rainbow to soften its industrial atmosphere.
JAPAN – Architect Yusuke Seki literally elevates the Hasami region's artisanal ceramics to a whole new level inside the Maruhiro flagship.
Gurvich’s 18-piece collection comprises porcelain vases and tableware that reflect the qualities of paper, such as creases, folds and tautness.
As the festive season commences, Icelandic design-duo Postulina adds a new feature to the winter wonderland landscape in the form of the studio's latest ceramic creations: snow-white Christmas …
The London-based designer shares about the beginnings and future of her ongoing project Electro Colour.
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