Collaborations

A glimpse at our latest collaborations
Designed to offer a unique experience
Wheel thrown in Barcelona using the best local materials

 

Dinnerware for a writer’s home

Made for a writer and her family’s home in Barcelona, this set has been thought for an everyday use.
We agreed on neutral tones for the white mat bowls and dark green dinner plates and played with textures for the satinated jade green dessert plates and the glossy hanami side plates; a perfect combination of different collections.


Tea ware for Berbena

At Berbena, they take care of every little detail. The open kitchen leaves all tableware and teaware at sight and it is part of the decor.
For their cups, each design has been carefully selected for a particular range of tea, combining simple shapes, pleasant to hold and to drink from, in emerald green, broken white and dark brown glazes.
All the cups are wheel thrown in black or white stoneware, for a durable and intensive use.

Berbena


Tableware for Ovnew

Ovnew restaurant takes you on a journey for all senses, through all the continents.
Our bowls, plates and tea pots evoque Asia: an oval dish in emerald green, with a little asymetrical plate, alongside dark forest bowls that hold the dashi served in the teapots made for this particular part of their menu. And little detail to add the finishing touch: the chopstick holders.

Ovnew Restaurant - Hesperia Tower


Tableware for Terra, the magic place

For Terra’s summer menu 2019, we made dark forest bowls in a custom size, small emerald green bowls, white and green side plates, emerald green teapots and a very unique rectangular dish, inspired by snowy lansdcapes. A selection that connects with Terra’s essence, the powerful and incredible nature surrounding them, in the Dolomites.

Terra, Relais & Château


Tableware for Maru

Maru serves a delicate Korean cuisine in the heart of Brussels.
They were looking for tableware that would fit with their vibrant cuisine and could be used both as serving dishes for sides and as main dishes for their lunch menu. The shapes and glazes we choose merge with their interior, their light wooden tables, and the korean ceramics already in use in the restaurant. We opted for a clear transparent glaze with porcelain brush work, golden black plates and dessert plates from the sakura collection.

Maru Brussels