Design Anthology


Archive Studio

Just two years after Amsterdam-based Archive Studio began making bespoke ceramic tableware, the studio is now producing a series of functional and durable ceramic pieces in collaboration with local artisans working in Vietnam. These artisans are able to execute the technical and challenging process of preserving the raw texture on the outside of each vessel while achieving a crisp glaze on the inside; a unique felling technique then allows the rough and smooth edges to meet perfectly on its rim. Pieces in the collection are available in a variety of matte finishes and shapes.

Gejst × Michael Rem

Danish design team Gejst has launched a new collection in collaboration with award-winning German designer Michael Rem of Studio Rem. A modular shelving system,

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