This pottery collection is developed from gathering inspiration from artifacts and simplifying the process by stripping down to the basic essentials. The colour choices are influenced by the raw materials, organic forms, and friendly curvy lines. Playing on a clear chromatic palette that rather highlights the forms and singularities of each piece allowing it to… Continue reading Experimenting with the evolution of pottery.
It’s often the little details in everyday life that inspire me. Like the juxtapositions in nature, the oxidized walls of a historical building and old artifacts that have weathered through time. My philosophy is to showcase the beauty of imperfection, I look at imperfect shapes and compositions and gather my thought process from there. While… Continue reading Behind the Art: A Contemporary Collection
It’s a cold lazy Sunday morning and we head down with a pair of clippers out to our nature reserve to explore and for foraging. We are looking for foliage or branches that have fallen from our local palms or trees. As they make up as beautiful floral arrangements and decor accents in the home.… Continue reading Foraging foliage for the home
Our homes are our sacred spaces that allow us to release stress, recharge and simply taking a moment. A well-crafted home should be designed specifically to explore comfort and spaces that takes care of our essential needs. The environments we choose to spend our time in, can have a major impact on our physical, mental… Continue reading Creating spaces that take care of us
There is a push towards editing our homes in a more simplistic approach, which is why Wabi Sabi seems to be gaining awareness. The blend of ancient traditions is merging to find a place in modern day living and interiors. Which in essence is a forward approach to merge western and eastern ideas and design… Continue reading 8 steps to embrace a Wabi-Sabi style in your home