Set of Ceramics by Martin Goerg

We’re heading to Germany this morning but don’t worry it’s only on a virtual level. This time in aid of visiting the works of a ceramicist who’s really impressed me recently named Martin Georg, so I’ve gathered up a handful of my favourite creations and have showcased them all below. The thing that really excited me about Martins portfolio was his appetite to create larger scale pieces as well as the intricate smaller projects which …

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Mark Borthwick’s Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York

Pacha Design are made up of a partnership, Glenn Rushbrooke and Samantha Robb, who both make contemporary furniture thats simplistic in its approach and could be seen as wabi sabi in a lot of ways, beauty in imperfection. They have a great little journal that gets regular updates on furniture that they like and also any work that they are showing or selling …

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Colour Research Imagery by Kirstie Van Noort

I’ve brought across this small set of colour research imagery by Eindhoven based design student Kirstie Van Noort. This gives us a little visual summary on the early stages of designing a porcelain bowl. Kirstie has been experimenting with oxides and porcelain clay for over half a year now, setting out to create some original grades of colour. Through mixing copper, nickel, chromium magnesium and cobalt oxide in …

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