A person can appreciate the Porcelain+Stoneware+Wood Collection on at least two levels: a playful one and a practical one. Likened to an adult version of a Playmobile, it can be arranged and rearranged in a variety of ways to create sculptures that are at once intricate and minimalist. It consists of 17 items made out of porcelain, stone and wood -- hence its name.
The Porcelain+Stoneware+Wood Collection was a collaborative effort between designer Samuel Accoceberry and professional crafts Kristiane Hink, Benoit Obe and Alexander Hay. Simple and industrial, the pieces can easily be used around the home in a number of capacities. Yet people will appreciate displaying them as art in the home more than anything else. This is what makes such objects so valuable of late.