Fou De Feu Ceramics

Le Thu 06 November 2014 Par Noreen Taul  | Catégorie : misc

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Fou de Feu will be the Ceramic Studio of Veerle Van Overloop, who mixes diverse products in an easy method to produce ceramics which can be equally clear and real. Inspired photography by architecture , layout and & nbsp;food culture, she designed two  libraries which can be both contemporary and clean. Flow Beat and equilibrium will be the keywords that define the newly-designed tableware. Pure white porcelain fused with leather, lumber and marble. Various shapes of plates, cups & spoons, desk pads and chopping boards supply every stand a unique groove. Diaphragm Influenced by photography, this thing troubles its proprietor to locate a functionality either functional, the best option to him or decorative. Matte black porcelain mixed with metal.

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