The New Delhi-based designer Aman Khanna creates beautiful, timeless pieces from clay—a material he describes as being both omnipresent and yet individual based on the way one uses it. This minimal bowl with its beautiful proportions celebrates a style that lives in peace with its own little imperfections. Handmade from stoneware clay, it is a piece with many uses: as part of a meal, to store fruit or simply as a sculpture.
Height 6.5 cm, Diameter 10 cm
Matte black glazed stoneware clay
Hand wash recommended
Handmade in India
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This elegant platter brings a sense of quiet celebration to the everyday. Handmade from mango wood sourced from sustainable plantations, its minimal and organic form and beautiful proportions make it a versatile addition to any kitchen. Use it at the table when sharing meals and memories with friends and family.
30.5 x 19 cm
Handcrafted from chemical-free, sustainably sourced mango wood
Wash gently and wipe dry
We want to design products that compel our customers with fast-paced lives to stop and enjoy life's little details and take it easy, to live with awareness.READ THE STORY
How do you source your materials and find the craftspeople you work with?
It really depends on the collection we’re working on. All our fabrics are either organic (so the earth is respected) and handwoven (so craftsmen get their due) or sourced from excess fabric lying in the warehouses of fair trade factories (so we reduce our carbon footprint). Our wood is sourced exclusively from sustained plantations. We've travelled the length and breadth of India, literally, to find the craftsmen we work with, the ones who will pay as much attention to quality as we do.
Well, there are two aspects. First, we are mainly an online brand so, of course, technology is a big part of our presence. We live in urban scapes, as do our customers, so when we design products we do keep in mind that the products will be mainly used in urban homes. This means that whilst our processes are old-fashioned and complex, our designs are modern, minimal and functional. Second, The Summer House is an ode to slow living. We want to design products that compel our customers with fast-paced lives to stop and enjoy life's little details and take it easy, to live with awareness.
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