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Altro City Jug

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Altro City Jug

35.00

By Emma Johnson

 

A jug, designed to stack with other pieces from both the Atro-city and Habitual ranges. Available in 3 different colours: blue-grey, dark grey and moss green.

Atro-city explores the revival of Brutalist architecture, employing classic Brutalist aesthetics like heavy forms and asymmetrical proportions along with design philosophies embodied in the architecture including Form Follows Function and Truth to Materials.

Dimensions: W8.5cm x D9cm x H10cm

Please see last image of saucer for a sample of the moss green glaze.

Training and living in the heart of Brighton has provided Emma not only with skill specialism’s in ceramics and wood, but also with a fascination in cityscapes. 

This interest is reflected in her functional home wares, which often take inspiration from architectural details. Precise and angular forms are incorporated along with a degree of buildability and a unified combination of materials.

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By Emma Johnson

 

A jug, designed to stack with other pieces from both the Atro-city and Habitual ranges. Available in 3 different colours: blue-grey, dark grey and moss green.

Atro-city explores the revival of Brutalist architecture, employing classic Brutalist aesthetics like heavy forms and asymmetrical proportions along with design philosophies embodied in the architecture including Form Follows Function and Truth to Materials.

Dimensions: W8.5cm x D9cm x H10cm

Please see last image of saucer for a sample of the moss green glaze.

Training and living in the heart of Brighton has provided Emma not only with skill specialism’s in ceramics and wood, but also with a fascination in cityscapes. 

This interest is reflected in her functional home wares, which often take inspiration from architectural details. Precise and angular forms are incorporated along with a degree of buildability and a unified combination of materials.