New York-based designer Leon Ransmeier’s minimal tableware collection features handles that borrow the language of tools.
Because tools are often used with repetitive force, they are designed to be comfortable.
The exterior surfaces of the white forms within the collection are unglazed so as to allow the user to interact with the bisque-fired Amakusa porcelain directly.
“The only way you can create well-designed objects is by experiencing the objects yourself,” -Ransmeier
The porcelain becomes glass-like when fired and the surface won’t easily stain.
Photography by Yasunori Shimomura.
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