Swedish design label Mateus introduces a new range of hand-painted handmade ceramics in collaboration with French designer Sam Baron and Costas Voyatzis. The collection is comprised of a selection of plates, a bowl, a series of cups, and a jug. The highlighting element of the collection is the subtle color and sleek design language that all the kitchen ceramics boast. The new range pays homage to the label's quarter of a century creating ceramics, so it takes it back to what looks like a raw form of the material to highlight its beauty.
The color and unglazed texture align with the overall theme -- as it still eludes a contemporary design while spotlighting its raw appeal.
Image Credit: Fabian Bjornstjerna and Per Ranung
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Mateus and Sam Baron Design a Series of Subtle Ceramic Objects
- By: Amy DuongAug 28, 2018