We hear a whole lot about 3D printing, but Canadian-born designer Philippe Malouin has created an analogue 3D printer for his most current china tableware assortment.
Dunes is a assortment of handcrafted plates and bowls slip-cast from plaster moulds. The shapes are designed using imperfection, movement and randomisation, which transforms the pieces into working bone china pieces for 1882 Ltd, a ceramics producer situated in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent.
Philippe Malouin is 1 of the many acclaimed designers featuring the in 1882 Ltd September 2013 Collections. Max Lamb, Alan Hughes and Fort Common have also created patterns for the brand, which has a historical past and tradition of more than 130 many years.