Stackable 3-D Printed Ceramics by Elise Luttik and Hester Stolk

November 04, 2015

Towering Vessels

At Do we adore sculptural ceramics, so we were delighted to spot the 3-D printed stackable ceramic vessels presented by Elise Luttik and Hester Stolk at the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven.  With shapes that reference the metropolis and colours that evoke a touch of Memphis style, the 3-D printed vessels have been glazed for ease of everyday use and can be stacked to create sculptural shapes and saving space at the same time.  Perfect as a playful yet functional centrepiece for a dining table, desk or dressing table.  

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