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Ten properties stuffed with pottery and ornamental ceramics

A mid-century residence renovation in Canada and an outsized thatched-roof residence in Ukraine characteristic in our newest lookbook highlighting 10 properties with interiors that make use of pottery and ornamental ceramics.

Ceramics have been a spotlight at this yr’s Milan design week, the place French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created an set up that featured pastel-hued ceramic sculptures.

Luxurious model Off-White additionally unveiled a group of ceramic homewares for the design week that was knowledgeable by structure and the pure world.

On this lookbook, we have now highlighted quite a few initiatives from the Dezeen archive that centre on ornamental ceramics and pottery – together with floor-to-ceiling shelving adorned with pots and vessels in addition to open-faced cabinetry stuffed with ceramic kitchen and tableware.

That is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks residential loos, bed room balconies and French doorways.

K916 and K907 by Thisispaper Studio
Picture is by Maja Wirkus

K916 and K907, Poland, by Thisispaper Studio

Thisispaper Studio designed this vacation condominium in Warsaw with an inside scheme that boasts a minimal, stark look.

Furnishings and cabinetry have been organised sparingly all through the house. A slender, rectangular shelving unit was calmly populated with a group of vessels, ceramics and objects, which juxtaposes towards the house’s restrained inside.

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House for a Ceramic Designer by Arhitektura d.o.o
Picture is by Miran Kambič

Home for a Ceramic Designer, Slovenia, by Arhitektura d.o.o

Home for a Ceramic Designer is a low mendacity concrete residence that was designed by Slovenian follow Arhitektura d.o.o. It options quite a few dwelling areas which might be linked to the proprietor’s ceramic studio.

Arhitektura d.o.o lined one of many rooms with metal shelving items, which have been used to show ceramic works, very like the partitions of a gallery. A picket desk was oriented towards floor-to-ceiling home windows that stretch throughout the whole lot of the garden-facing wall.

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Canadian Mountain House by Scott & Scott

Canadian Mountain Home, Canada, by Scott & Scott

Canadian studio Scott & Scott brightened up the inside of this mid-century residence close to Vancouver by incorporating a minimalist inside scheme that options picket surfaces, white-washed partitions and uncovered cabinetry.

A set of ceramics, tableware and vessels sits inside and on high of uncovered cabinetry, work surfaces and shelving, including a country look to the house.

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 Home of the Arts by i29
Picture is by Ewout Huibers

House of the Arts, The Netherlands, by i29

Situated in a former industrial space within the north of Amsterdam, i29 designed this condominium to incorporate double-height shelving items, bespoke glass vitrines and loads of cupboard space to show and accommodate the proprietor’s e book and artwork collections.

Ceramic ornaments and sculptures have been positioned throughout the highest level of the open shelving, which stretches from floor stage to the Amsterdam residence’s mezzanine first ground.

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 Shkrub by Sergey Makhno
Picture is by Serhii Kadulin

Shkrub, Ukraine, by Sergey Makhno

A big thatched-roof tops this residence in Ukraine that was designed by architect and designer Sergey Makhno for his family. Makhno seemed to Japan when creating Shkrub, incorporating Japanese design and architectural components all through.

In the lounge, floor-to-ceiling shelving constructed from salvaged wooden has been lined with Makhno’s personal ceramic assortment, mimicking the type of a close-by sculptural fire.

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 The Box by Bamesberger Architecture
Picture is by Graham Sandelski

The Field, US, by Bamesberger Structure

Titled The Field, this residence is situated within the city of Valparaiso in Indiana. The house was designed with a concentrate on the views overlooking its surrounding wetland.

Its wood-lined interiors have been created to reference the constructing’s untouched, pure environment. Doorways have been faraway from picket cabinetry and cabinets with a view to show collections of baskets, pottery and books.

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Gallery House by Neil Dusheiko
Picture is by Tim Crocke

Gallery Home, UK, by Neil Dusheiko

Architect Neil Dusheiko renovated and prolonged this north London residence, constructed for his family, including a big kitchen and an additional bed room.

The kitchen was prolonged throughout the house’s former aspect alley and fitted with rows of skylights that adjoin oak-lined storage partitions used to show an assortment of the proprietor’s ceramics, glassware and photos.

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Shed showroom by Raina Lee and Mark Watanabe
Picture is by Mark Watanabe

Shed showroom, US, by Raina Lee and Mark Watanabe

Hidden within the backyard of Lee and Watanabe’s Los Angeles residence, a stilted plywood shed was constructed to accommodate a pottery showroom for ceramicist Lee.

Very similar to the wooden-clad exterior, the inside was lined with plywood whereas shelving and furnishings have been crafted from scavenged wooden and adorned with Lee’s ceramics, which fill the partitions and flooring of the shed.

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Photo is by Masao Nishikawa Setagaya Flat by Naruse Inokuma
Picture is by Masao Nishikawa

Setagaya Flat, Japan, by Naruse Inokuma

Untreated plywood and cement smeared over concrete cowl the inside of this Tokyo condominium, which was renovated by Naruse Inokuma.

The kitchen has an open-plan design and has been organised round a single row of cabinetry that homes its sink, oven and home equipment. Two rows of shelving have been positioned above the sink and work surfaces and used to show sculptural tableware and ceramics.

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Airbnb apartment by Position Collective

Airbnb condominium, Hungary, by Place Collective

Hungarian agency Place Collective renovated this studio flat in Budapest, incorporating furnishings and storage techniques that cater to momentary Airbnb visitors.

An outsized picket pegboard stretches throughout one wall of the studio condominium, crossing the bed room and kitchen, and holds quite a few ornamental objects, work, books and vessels.

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That is the newest in our collection of lookbooks offering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s picture archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing French doorwaysproperties with terraces and youngsters’s bedrooms.


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