– Blending structure into landscape, AL_A designed in Lisbon MAAT museum to allow visitors to walk over, under and through the building that sits beneath a gently expressed ceramic arch.
– Located in the Catalan Empordà, the country house designed by Arquitectura-G is a sort of labyrinth with a myriad of enchained rooms distributed in three different levels.
– Built to achieve the maximum energy efficiency and out of a low construction budget, Oh Lab designed a house in Mallorca that needs very little energy maintenance.
– Jie Yang created a collection of vases that juxtaposes solid geometries with natural shapes, combining ceramics and porcelain with natural combustible materials.
– The ceramic postcards designed by Alessandra Baldereschi for Bosa hide unexpected elements that can be removed from the background and used as a gift.
– Konstantin Grcic renovated the iconic timepiece by Rado in high-tech ceramic, applying a velvety matte finish and renewing the typography on the dial.
– The Fitting Pieces collection is a collaboration between two Hungarian design firms – Maacraft and Kezemura – based on the shared values of human centered, loveable design.
– Benjamin Hubert has created Charge Tray for Bitossi Ceramiche, a collection of slip cast ceramic trays with an integrated induction charging system.
– The concept of imitation has been dominating ceramic production for some years now. Cersaie 2016 confirmed this trend, leaving however glimpses of other important new style directions.
– Combining digital graphics and Japanese raku firing technique, young Austrian firm Karak opened its doors to the public during the Vienna Design Week.
Top: Jie Yang, Coexhistence vase collection presented at the London Design Fair, 2016.