They can be used as pen holders, vases for flowers, or simply as pure and simple design objects to be displayed, empty, on shelves and tables. These are the ceramic pieces that make up the first collection of objects for the home of designer Anissa Kermiche.
After leaving her engineering and computer science studies, Anissa Kermiche began her jewelry studies at Central Saint Martins and in London’s jewelry district, Hatton Garden. Her dedication and commitment have led her to become one of the best-known jewelry designers among models and worn on the red carpet today.
Moving away from her comfort zone, her latest creations are not made of gold or pearls, but of ceramics. The collection consists of several pieces that have in common the fact that all have the shapes of the human body. For example, the Jugs Jug have the shape of a female bust, while the Popotion Pot follow those of the back and thighs.