When Kähler and the king of ceramics Anders Arhøj of Studio Arhoj revealed they were launching a collection together this fall I was almost jumping with joy. Without a doubt some of the best news of this season. Anders’s unique way of working with glazes meets Kähler’s eye for good design and shapes.
The collection is called Unico to celebrate that each item is a unique piece. Although being mass-produced, the glaze spreads naturally, densely and randomly over the ceramic, culminating like a heavy drop, suspended in time with a beautiful, three-dimensional depth. Therefore not two items are the same.
The Unico collection counts two vases, a flowerpot, a bowl, a dish and a floor vase. I am head over heals in love with the floor vase and have a very good eye on the little green vase too. Santa, I hope you are taking notes!
I have been a big fan of Anders’s work for a long time. You might remember I used some of his beautiful pieces in a styling of a pent house kitchen I did earlier this summer?
New additions to Hammershøi
Last season Kähler launched a new tableware collection designed by Hans-Christian Bauer. The tableware was inspired by the great and late world-renowned artist Svend Hammershøi’s distinctive vases. He created them at the old Kähler workshop on Kählersbakken in Næstved back in the early 19th century. You might remember I did a Nordic table styling for Kähler with the set?
The beautiful china is now getting new family members; four vases and four candle holders who each come in five different colours. Considering the inspiration, the set was begging for a vase! I am a fan. Infant the big grey vase has already moved in with me as those of you who follow on Instagram already know.
Find the entire Hammershøi collection right here.
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