The Studio Arhoj Pieces Present a Merger Between Cultures

By: Jordy E  - Jun 17, 2014
References: arhoj & missmoss.co.za
The Studio Arhoj Spring/Summer 2014 collection presents an intriguing and seldom seen merger between traditional Japanese design and Scandinavian styles. The collaboration of both cultures comes together in the series via salt shakers, pencil holders and cups.

On top of being culturally inspired, Studio Arhoj also aims to incorporate traditional methods of artistic production via wheel throwing and glaze construction.

Despite the difficulty involved in the many procedures that are at play in this series, Arhoj has made the entire process appear relatively simple as the items are flawless and characterized by a chic, sleek finish. They are thus optimal additions to one's home based not only on the remarkable level of skill that has been applied, but also on their aesthetic appeal.