In another area of the Human Made exhibition, South African ceramics designer Louise Gelderblom presented her latest Vessels collection. She writes from her Cape Town studio: “The work on show here has been produced by coiling the clay, which means it has been built in layers from the bottom to the top of the piece. I try…to challenge the preconceptions of what clay is capable of and push the limits of what is possible in hand-built ceramics.”  Search “memoriam ada louise huxtable” from Highlights from Maison & Objet 2015

Search “memoriam ada louise huxtable”

In another area of the Human Made exhibition, South African ceramics designer Louise Gelderblom presented her latest Vessels collection. She writes from her Cape Town studio: “The work on show here has been produced by coiling the clay, which means it has been built in layers from the bottom to the top of the piece. I try…to challenge the preconceptions of what clay is capable of and push the limits of what is possible in hand-built ceramics.”

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