Aandersson Design is a ceramic studio based out of Philadelphia. It was founded by Ian Anderson, who produces all of its work.
A theme among many of our favorite pieces of Aandersson’s are the angular deconstructions that throw a curve into what would otherwise be minimal designs. They have the appearance of clean mistakes, as though the mathematics surrounding the pieces glitched out and have not yet resolved, have not yet rendered the piece. The deconstructions, rather than unnecessarily complicating the pieces, instead forces them to adapt. The resulting compromise between sections of the vessel creates new modes, new ways the user interacts with it. Anderson states:
“Deconstructing is to deform a rationally-structured space so that the elements within that space are forced into new relationships.”
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