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3D printed with ceramic material
Kitchenware
for the OTHR project
There are a few things you need to know about 3D printed ceramics and the additives we use in our work:
100% complies with food safety standards
It is watertight and recyclable
The glazes we use are lead-free & non-toxic
3D printed ceramics are perfect for a wide variety of products — homeware is the theme we want to dive in now.

Here are the objects that were printed for the OTHR project and were designed by various talented artists.
EE JUICER BY EVERYTHING ELEVATED
The Juicer was developed in order to test and take full advantage of cutting edge porcelain manufacturing technology. Inspired by the earliest human tools, the design uses minimal forms and bridges the gap between function, form, and sculpture.
TANIZAKE BY MARC THORPE
A minimal, sculptural dish to enjoy warm or cold sake — the one you would like better.
LILIUM CARAFFE BY FELICIA FERRONE

«I liked the idea of grabbing something in one hand and going outside, or going to another room. I have an outside deck, and getting things inside and outside during the summer can be difficult. It's so nice to grab the carafe, go sit somewhere in the house, and enjoy it with someone.»

Felicia Ferrone
Designer
TIME IN CAFE SET BY MICHAEL SODEAU
A gracefully austere pour over coffee maker with integrated lid, mug & creamer.
TIME IN PLATE BY MICHAEL SODEAU
3D Printed Porcelain serving plate for an afternoon snack.
PILL MORTAR & PESTLE BY BAMBÚ STUDIO
Bambú has broken the mold of an object typically focused solely on function by creating a simple, understandable and user-friendly piece.
CANON WINE DECANTER BY BRAD ASCALON
Canon is designed to hold most standard wine bottles to make hosting a breeze. The angled cylinder tilts the bottle at a 45-degree angle and can function either as storage or to provide greater aeration for an open bottle.
CERCO BY KUTARQ
Elegance is the key. 3D printing is the tool you need to create one.