150ml

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i’m a sucker for beautiful ceramics so i was excited to hear from nicolas at studio room 906 about a new porcelain series called ‘150ml’. 150ml is a set of five porcelain vessels originally cast by five different types of wood. each vessel comes with its own box (made out of the same wood used for the original casting) and is designed to hold a capacity of 150ml, despite the difference in scale between the pieces. the idea behind the project is to ‘investigate how the true volume of objects can be disguised by labels or different shapes and sizes”. no matter what their capacity is, i think the series is lovely. click here for more information on nicolas’ 150ml series.

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CLICK HERE for more images of nicolas’ 150ml series after the jump!

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  1. visualingual says:

    Wow, wow, wow! I love the textures and the handles are awesome.

  2. spavis says:

    despite the difference in scale between the pieces

    they’re all the same scale, they only differ in shape.

  3. Nikko Moy says:

    I am so in love with these as the design reminds me very much of my website!

    Thank you for sharing, Grace!

  4. So gorgeous! The form and textures look so perfect together.

  5. blogaddit says:

    i love it!! simple and beautiful.

  6. redcarpet says:

    what a lovely pieces… i’d love to have one at home.

  7. Kaity says:

    Where can we purchase the 150ml set?

    1. grace says:

      kaity

      just email them through the site, they’ll accept orders that way :)

      g

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