Decorate your home in double-up Danish design. The designer Stine Goya and ceramic brand Kähler has made a match-made-in-heaven collaboration. They have created a collection with beautiful vases and pots that we want to have in our home right now.
Kähler has a long history working with ceramics. It all began 175 years ago in Næstved, Denmark, where the first vase was created in a little workshop. Since then they have created many classics, and have had many successful collaborations.
This fall Stine Goya is the designer who gets to make a mark on Kähler’s work with the collection Fiora. Goya is known for colorful designs with a feminine silhouette. After graduating from Central St. Martins in 2005 she moved back to Denmark and started her own brand.
Stine Goya has transferred her clear esthetics to the collaboration, but she also got inspiration from Kählers archive, especially from the 50s and 60s. The result is new, innovative ceramics with cool prints, bold silhouettes and daring colors such as pink, yellow, midnight blue, Bordeaux red and gold. Personally, I want to buy everything, especially the Fiora centerpiece pink.
The collection is since October available in stores and online. To see the full collection, go to: http://www.kahlerdesign.com/designers/stine-goya
Tags: ceramic, collaboration, Fiora, Kähler, Stine Goya
Johanna Holmberg has a big interest in fashion, design, art and culture. After taking her bachelor degree in Fashion, she now works within fashion and media in Copenhagen, while she works with the Social Medias here at Nordic Style magazine, and occasionally writes articles.
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