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The 'Lilia Collection' Features Porcelain Made Through 3D Printed Moulds

 - Nov 11, 2015
References: lauriger & wallpaper
Laura Kubica Grigerova designed the 'Lilia Collection,' a Czech cubism-inspired dinnerware set. The pieces in the collection have an odd geometric shape with a distinct edged pattern. The pieces are manufactured in a small factory in Dubi, a place that has specialized in porcelain for over 300 years.

Although produced in a highly traditional place, the Lilia Collection utilizes hi-tech methods to achieve its shape. Using 3D-printed moulds, the pieces are fired three times before being retouched by hand. This collection boldly blends years of traditional craftsmanship and modern technology to achieve unique contemporary tableware. Grigerova says that her family's long history in luxury tableware production gave her the inspiration for her design.

The Lilia Collection offers a series of products including plates, teapots, cups, serving bowls and liquor vessels.