The New Design Museum Shop on Kensington High Street
Phil Cuttance herringbone vase
Designed by Phil Cuttance
Each vase is handmade in Phil Cuttance's London studio
Each vase has a non-scratch cork base with the number of the object branded into the surface
On closer inspection the objects often reveal small imperfections which are a result of the process and communicate the hand-made nature of the piece
Material: water based cement composite
Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 30cm
Available colours: brick red, sage, granite, blue
Carafes with a spiral decor and a colored border.
Made using the technique of'rolling-up' borosilicate glass canes.
Laurence Brabant Editions is a French glass studio created by husband and wife team Laurence Brabant (the designer) and Alain Villechange (the flameworker).
All of their pieces are hand-made and mouth blown without use of moulds or modifications.
With seasoned skill and precision they produce unpretentious, discreet designs through sophisticated, functional, simple objects.
Designed by Scholten and Baijings for Hay
A specially developed porcelain material that lets the tiny iron specks in the porcelain show, in imitation of the matt and tactile quality of recycled paper.
Made in JapanUse Paper Porcelain mug as small vaseDIMENSIONS
14 cm x H 19 cm
This double sided mirror is another example of Hays love of functionality.
Hand held, its substantial surface area bridges the gap between 'hand held' and 'wall mounted'
Made of aluminium and mirror glass DIMENSIONSW 14 cm x H 16/27 cm