Kamp Studio uses both traditional craft and advanced modern processes to create some really stunning and luxurious objects for the home.
14 September 2017
Text Janice Seow
Modern society’s attitude towards luxury is changing. It’s not just about the newest and shiniest and most expensive objects. In a world where most things are mass-produced in a factory, there’s a renewed appreciation and desire for crafted objects that are a labour of love. All over the world, makers and some of the world’s most respected design houses are striving to keep age-old craft and know-how alive. Some are even innovating by merging modern and traditional techniques to create objects that would not have been possible to make five or ten years before.
Take Kamp Studio’s range of modern artisanal products for example! The New Zealand based studio creates beautiful objects through a combination of advanced 3D printing technologies and traditional handcraft. Like all the pieces in its collection, the Press Pour Over Brewer is part functional design, part sculpture. Designed by the studio’s founder Daniel Kamp and produced by artisans and technologists from New York, the jug and lid are hand cast in solid, heavy porcelain from 3D printed moulds, with imperfections from the hand casting and glazing process making each set unique. The Brewer can be paired with the Press Espresso Cup, which features a little indent for a more comfortable hold.
Available online at www.kamp.studio
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