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A New Home Store in Brooklyn Celebrates both Memphis and Minimalism
Designer Sergio Mannino’s bold design for home décor store, A.MANO (meaning "by hand" in Italian), is an ode to Italian design and ceramics.
Majolica Mania Honors the Forgotten Laborers of the Whimsical Pottery Tradition
First put on by Bard Graduate Center last year, the traveling exhibition is now on view at Baltimore's Walters Art Museum.
Brian Peters’ 3D Printed Ceramics Merge Art and Technology
Based on an initial prototype launched during Dutch Design Week in 2012, the Pittsburgh artist’s full-time fabrication studio pushes the limits of 3D printing with clay.
The Potter Who Helped Shape Cranbrook Architecture
Metropolis digs into the archives of longtime Cranbrook faculty member Maija Grotell, “the Mother of American Studio Ceramics.”
Beyond the Wheel: BZIPPY Challenges Conventions in Clay
Bari Ziperstein’s socially and historically informed practice helps explain the current renaissance of ceramic furniture in contemporary interiors.
Understanding Sustainable Solutions for Ceramics
Capable of enduring for thousands of years, ceramic products and materials present ecological challenges when discarded.
Earthy Luxury Is on Display at the Flamingo Estate Harvest Shop
Architectural designer Dutra Brown and ceramic artist Alex Reed's collaboration brings to life the vision of Richard Christiansen's buzzy L.A. property and lifestyle brand.
Spanish Ceramics Build a Legacy of Design
Focused on the future, Tile of Spain enhances its digital offerings to stay connected with the North American design industry.