Tableware – Spanish designer Romina Gris has created the SKYLINE ceramics collection inspired by postmodern architecture, such as the work of Michael Graves or Aldo Rossi. The series consists of several vases with geometric shapes or architectural elements, such as the triangle and the staircase. All SKYLINE ceramics are handmade in Montgat, Barcelona, and come with different finishes, patterns and colours.
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“The Pattern series is finished in enameled porcelain and is decorated with different patterns, which are the default ones in the autocad program, which I use for my interior design projects.” Says Romina Gris to Archipanic. “Some items for this serie, are decorated with 24 carats gold special enamel.”
The Stripes series is finished in enameled porcelain and is decorated with black and white stripes, all together they create an exquisite optical pattern. The Pink, Blue and sage Green Velvet ranges are finished in porcelain and painted in slip without enamel, giving to the vessels a rough surface to the touch, that visually reminds of velvet.
Romina Gris Ceramics is a project of contemporary porcelain designs inspired by fine arts and architecture and entirely made in Barcelona. “I began my career in the world of ceramics in 2012. I previously studied Fine Arts and Interior Design and then worked as an interior designer in London. All this trajectory prints a personal mark on my pieces,” adds the designer.
All photos: courtesy of Romina Gris.
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