Louie Rigano Ceramics Bring Back a Japanese Tradition

By: Matt Ho - Published: Jan 9, 2011 • References: louierigano & dezeen
There’s something wonderful about rustic earthy kitchenware, which is why the latest project from Louie Rigano has caught my eye.

Rigano has created a set of teapots inspired by traditional Japanese teapots. He's kept his ceramic pots unglazed, which brings longevity to the pots after multiple uses. The wooden lids also double as cups for convenience and to save space. Louie Rigano’s approach to design is subtle but effective. Stats for Rustic Teapots Trending: Older & Mild
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