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Production of ESKO ceramics

I take great care in partnering with organisations with a commitment to ethical standards and preserving artisan skills within the community. I’m proud and thoroughly grateful to work with an incredibly talented, professional and caring team to realise ESKO products – collaborating with them was key in turning the initial concepts into reality and achieving a highly-crafted product. Their work can also be found in many high-end hotels and retail shops such as Aman Resorts, Bvlgari Hotels, and Armani Casa, amongst many others. There is also a certain depth in knowing each piece is made in a supportive community environment. The ceramics themselves are individually hand-made using a combination of methods, on the wheel and by hand using high-grade durable porcelain. The quality...

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Introducing ESKO storage pots

The concept behind the pots came from a desire to create a storage pot with clean, minimal lines that captured Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics. Travelling to Japan, Denmark, and Norway across many years have cemented a love for simple forms, and the inherent beauty of natural materials. While the pots have minimal lines, there is a certain amount of warmness to the pots. Colours were chosen based on their earthiness. The outer side of the pot was given a matte and textural outer glaze and in contrast, a high-gloss interior finish. The contrast give the pots a distinctive look and feel that is a delight to touch and handle.  Collaborating with my manufacturer was an important step in achieving the final...

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