These vertically stacking objects take a lesson from urban skyscrapers, saving space by building up instead of sideways. The 3D-printed ceramics are designed by Elise Luttik and Hester Stolk, who have created functional decor for people who live or work in quarters with limited space.
The colorful, modern ceramics are all different shapes and sizes, coated after the printing process with traditional glaze to make them look more decorative. Each component of the stacking objects can be taken apart, used by putting things inside or taken out and then stacked back together once finished.
Perfect for cluttered desks or tables, these contemporary decor pieces pave the way for the future of functional objects for everyday use. The various pieces hold everything from food to jewelry.
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