In my opinion, this is Nordic Minimalism at it’s best. The designs emphasise how great craftsmanship, natural materials and minimal design work so well together. Set in a raw industrial studio, the collection has been captured perfectly.
My absolute favourite new item is the Cupola Sculpture. It’s a stunning piece and a great addition to the already beautiful collection.
“Inspired by the architectural lines of Greek arches and vaults, this beautiful porcelain sculpture is bound to add an unique touch to your home environment.” – Kristina Dam
“Bringing together Nordic functionality and Japanese simplicity, our Japanese stools are stylish and gorgeous stools, which will make an eye-catching statement in any modern home. The bar stools are made from solid oak, and works perfectly as a bar stool in the home bar or as a decorative pedestal for flower arrangements and the like.” – Kristina Dam
“Apothecary Vases are a modern take on the porcelain jars known from pharmacies. Crafted from porcelain with a matt finish and glazed on the inside making them waterproof and able to carry living flowers and bouquets. Available in two sizes with two different lids.” – Kristina Dam
Which piece is your favourite? I would love to hear. I can’t wait to see this collection in person at one of the up and coming exhibitions.
To add sculptural vases to your home see this post for homeware inspiration.
All images credit Kristina Dam.