Arita Liquid

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Arita Liquid

Each ceramic piece is a different size with varying heights and volumes, blurring the typology of bowls and plates to respond to the contemporary lifestyle of full flexibility with distinction. Each vessel shape offers endless functional possibilities, yet any combination of them suggests a rebirth of a personalized table styling.

Neri&Hu visited the Arita Ceramic Museum when researching for the project and found that the most beautiful and intriguing of all the ceramics ever produced from this region is a traditional plate from 1616, the year when Arita started producing ceramics for the European market.  Neri&Hu applied that particular glaze to a variety of new shapes all based on the simple yet nomadic from the historic artifacts of Arita from the year 1616.

These containers inspired by Chinese traditional wine bottles offer two sizes for cold or warm liquids where the cups for drinking can be stacked at the neck of the bottle to form a visually interesting and complete setting. The brass holder offers a graceful detail to the simple white shape.

BY NERI&HU

MATERIALS
Porcelain

DIMENSIONS
C100 H120mm
C100 H145mm
C99 H30mm

brand

Stellar Works

Stellar Works—a Japanese-owned brand based in Shanghai—stands for a renaissance of refined culture and Asian aesthetics. Inspired by the long-standing craft and industry of traditional cultures, it represents a commitment to bridging the gap between old and new, east and west – in attitude, form and application. Stellar Works seeks to reintroduce past collections of classics, alongside culturally-inspired contemporary signatures. It infuses freshness into heritage and grounds innovation with enduring craftsmanship. Today, sustainability is fundamental to good design, and responsible material sourcing forms a key chapter in any product’s story. Through transparent sourcing and manufacturing, Stellar Works offers clients an assurance of integrity and a demonstrable commitment to sustainability. Stellar Works powered by renown designers such as Neri&Hu, Vilhelm Wohlert, Nic Graham, Space Copenhagen, Yabu Pushelberg among others.

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