Samuel Accoceberry was born in Bordeaux and works as a designer in Paris today. He’s worked with various studios in the past to create things such as furniture, lamps and urban spaces.
Accoceberry recently collaborated with three professional craftspeople— Kristiane Hink, Benoit Obe and Alexander Hay— to create a series called “Porcelain+Stoneware+Wood.” Writing for This Is Paper, Accoceberry states that the set includes 17 different containers, which he compares to an alphabet. The different elements can be stacked, stored and arranged by the user.
The designer states:
“The aim was to constitute a range of stoneware, porcelain and wooden utensils, imagined as topographical characters, expressive and in contrasting colors. Once the alphabet primer was created, you could interactively play with its 17 elements in a myriad of combinations. By dissociating, assembling, superimposing or piling items up, a number of figures were possible, with free creative reign given to the user.”
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