Blue coffee maker

Pour over coffee set. With a design emerging from ERADU’s sake set, simplicity and elegance are no surprise, paired with the studio’s signature soft ripple detail.

Cup 9.5 × 8.5cm, Funnel 9 × 8.5cm

Made in SE14, from porcelain

£54

Product story

Hokusai’s famous artwork, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, provides inspiration for ERADU’s work, expressed in a wave ripple shape that is either quite exaggerated or, as here, very subtle. A commitment to clean lines and functionality gives her work a true spirit of minimalism. 

Manufacturing story

Eva Radulova, the designer behind ERADU, uses slipcasting to create her porcelain works – a technique of pouring liquid clay into a plaster mould, rather than shaped on a wheel, and means forms are easily replicated. The plaster absorbs some of the porcelain’s water, eventually allowing the cast to be handled without distortion. 

Manufacturing story

Eva Radulova, the designer behind ERADU, uses slipcasting to create her porcelain works – a technique of pouring liquid clay into a plaster mould, rather than shaped on a wheel, and means forms are easily replicated. The plaster absorbs some of the porcelain’s water, eventually allowing the cast to be handled without distortion. 
ERADU
Designer

ERADU

Eva Radulova began exploring ceramics at a young age, attending an applied arts high school. She continued her studies of the craft in Stoke-on-Trent, the epicentre of British ceramic production.

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