Jérémy Bellina is a French Berlin based potter on a craftsmanship journey.
He discovered pottery over the past few years and decided to turn it into his full time job in 2019.
He operates from a small studio in Neukölln where he spends the vast majority of his time, sourcing raw materials, throwing, glazing and firing his creations.
He aims at creating contemporary, playful and functional pieces of ceramics for your daily use.
Featured artists: Studio Fletta
Designers Birta Rós Brynjólfsdóttir and Hrefna Sigurðardóttir founded Studio Flétta in 2017. With backgrounds in product design from the Iceland Academy of the Arts, they bring a high degree of conceptual and process innovation to their works using mundane or often overlooked products and materials.
Their practice revolves around responsible design, utilizing reused materials and local production with an evident respect for craftsmanship and storytelling.
This level of commitment has been extended with Minute, a line of candlestick holders where each piece is shaped by hand from the slab of clay in only one minute, to ensure a local production resulting in an affordable product.
Featured Artist: Marta Bonilla
Marta Bonilla designs and creates her pieces in Barcelona, where her workshop is located. She started with ceramics a few years ago, and was totally hooked on the material and the freedom that it allowed when working and designing.
The pieces that she makes are handmade, with the modeling technique. Her motivation when working is that the object does not lose its naturalness and we see the traces of the creation process. That the object is beautiful in itself, it is another of her objectives, she is fascinated that while the object does not perform its main function the object becomes a decoration piece.
Volta offers a unique collection of contemporary interior design objects, home and personal accessories, furniture and lighting from small emerging and established design brands. (No, it’s not another Skandi- store!)
Created 2012, the store started as a side project of graphic designer Nela Wedam-Liegler and lead to the launch of a web store that ships internationally.
The store was ranked among the top 5 design stores for design lovers in Vienna by Forbes Magazine in 2017 and is known for its eclectic approach to contemporary (interior) design.
A selection of current and past cooperation partners and brands:
Frama, Alessi, Valerie Objects, Nemo, Muller van Severen, E15, Malte van der Meyden, Apartamento, Kinfolk, Openhouse, Aure, Arhoj, Form & Seek, Bellocq, Bonni Bonne, Communitie Marfa, Fort Standard, Forestry Wool, Incausa, Futagami, Hampson Woods,Maison Louis Marie, Marjolein Delhaas, Nanda Soderberg, Natascha Madeiski, Hornvarefabrikken, Ichendorf Milano, Kohchosai Kosuga, Kolektiv DVA, La Soufflerie, Marta Bonilla, Mourne Textiles, Nedre Foss, Nishiguchi Kutsushita, Nimu Roma, Hein, Vitra, Pallares Solsona, Andrej Urem, Anna Karlin, Que onda vos, R&D Lab, Rhoeco, Aoiro, Studio Fletta, Skoshøved Møbelfabrik, Rhoeco, rosa mosa, Santa & Cole, Sloe Berlin, Studio 0405, Viv Lee…
Each soap is formed by hand in a small family workshop in Lebanon, using local ingredients. The traditional recipe has been passed down through generations. The formula is very gentle on your skin, suitable for your hands, face, and body.
The shape is very decorative as well as practical to hang next to the sink.
Each soap is packed with care in a black gift box.
Ingredients: Olive oil*, sodium hydroxide, water, fragrance.
Weight: around 100 g
Dimensions: 19cm × 62cm × 11cm
Country of Origin: Lebanon
*Cold-pressed, Extra Virgin olive oil.
Does not contain any :
Parabens, phthalates, SLS, preservatives.
This is a vegan soap, does not contain any animal fat, and is not tested on animals.
Keep it by hanging it up by the rope, or in a well-drained dish soap, so it can dry between uses.
Due to the handmade nature of this product, please allow for slight variations in shape and colour. Each soap is unique.
Botanopia is a young brand designing products out of love for all growing things, operating from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
They celebrate the beauty of nature and the magical force that transforms small seeds into giant trees.
Starting in 2017 with a porcelain accessory (find here) that lets you easily grow small trees and plants in your favorite glass or vase. It sits on top of the glass opening and lets the seeds or cuttings hover just above the water level, so they can grow roots without rotting.
The white surface acts as a picture frame to shine the spotlight on your growing seedlings.
Botanopia is founded and run by Lise Lefebvre.
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