Olivier van Herpt: impresión 3D y artesanía

Olivier van Herpt es un diseñador industrial que investiga la impresión 3D. Su objetivo es encontrar el punto de intersección entre lo digital y lo analógico, así como entre un diseño y su herramienta. Para ello, desarrolla un interesante proyecto que une la impresión 3D con la artesanía, intentando resolver complejas cuestiones técnicas y, de…

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Aljoud Lootah: inspiring by tradition but designing the new.

Aljoud Lootah is a product designer based in Dubai. She composes her creations by mixing traditional concepts with contemporary elements. Patterns, folds and geometric shapes are at the heart of her inspiration. Her last creation is Tebr (meaning “raw gold” in Arab), a tableware and vases collection, made from the finest white porcelain and embellished…

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Yasha Butler

  Yasha Butler is a ceramic artist currently based in Providence and Istanbul. Her pieces are so soft and flawless that is imposible not to feel calm and beauty. She says it is a delicate balance of opposites – the intentional and the random, the rough and the smooth, the linear and the organic and…

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Elena, creadora de Bonjour: “Me encanta ver los detalles aparentemente insignificantes de las cosas”

Bonjour tiene todos los ingredientes para enamorarnos: piezas de cerámica hechas a mano, ediciones limitadas y materiales de calidad. Elena es la creadora y fundadora de la marca y responde al perfil de los artesanos actuales. Jóvenes que rescatan la tradicción artesanal pero añaden su visión cosmopolita y moderna. En esta entrevista, Elena nos desvela…

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Ceramics by Nina Malterud

Nina Malterud has been working as a ceramic artist since 1975, in Oslo and later in Bergen. She was Rector at Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Professor in Ceramics and responsible for the conference and publication series Sensuous Knowledge. She also is member of the Steering Committee of the Norwegian Programme for Artistic Research.…

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A Home to Be

Life is quite boring without risks or changes. And I’ve been through an exciting little change these weeks: I have moved to a new flat. I won’t tell you about the chaos, the mess or the uncertainty that a move means (the dirty work is already done). But I want to tell you all about the…

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Studio Joo by Elaine Tian

As you probably know, I admire people who are able to design with their own hands useful and beautiful objects. I also feel enchanted by the ones that are able to apply the shadows of every color with sensibility and wisdom. And that’s why, when I’ve discovered the work of the Brooklyn ceramicist Elaine Tian,…

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