See Mateus’ New Ceramic Collection Collaboration for Maison et Objet ⇒ Swedish design company Mateus is launching a new collection of handmade and hand-painted ceramics, just in time for Maison et Objet 2018. The collection is the result of a collaboration between the company and French designer Sam Baron and Costas Voyatzis, founder of the Yatzer design portal.
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The collection is comprised of plates, a bowl, a jug, and a cup in different sizes. The ceramic objects are characterized by their subtle colour palette and stylistically pure design language.
With the new collection, Sam Baron and Costas Voyatzis pay tribute to Mateus and the company’s 25 years in ceramics.
“We want to bring to the fore the origins of ceramics, one of mankind’s earliest art forms, which Mateus has taken to a new level, the contrast between the unglazed structure and the hand-painted colour palette gives the pieces a contemporary feel without detracting from their handcrafted appeal.” explained Baron and Voyatzis.
Titled “Mateus meets Sam Baron meets Yatzer”, the collection marks a different approach for the ceramics company who typically employ more colour and decorative patterns. “The starting point for all our collections is that they can all be mixed and matched,’ adds Teresa Mateus Lundahl, founder and CEO of Mateus.“This is something I think the design duo has been successful within the new collection while creating a new, contemporary design language.”
The collection will be presented at the 2018 fall edition of Maison et Objet.
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