I am this kind of a huge fan of dark blue, it is my absolute favourite colour and I really like stripes so envision how pleased I was to learn the Richard Brendon Meets Patternity bone china collection by London-based mostly designer Richard Brendon. ‘Warp’ and ‘Reason’ are the result of Richard Brendon’s collaboration with pattern visionaries Patternity and a lot more than achieve their goal of warping the perception of what British bone china can search like. The assortment has been hand-crafted in Stoke-on-Trent, England and draws inspiration from over 2 centuries of British culture. It combines Richard’s expertise in ceramic design and heritage with Patternity’s award-winning pattern exploration and innovation.
Richard, a British bone china professional, believes “that to make truly innovative items, a firm understanding of what has gone before is vital.” He is as a result constantly researching ceramic styles from the final 300 many years and has produced a ability for identifying the ideal components from the previous and reinterpreting them in sudden ways to produce new and modern styles.
Patternity is an award-winning creative organisation specialising in the exploration and application of pattern. It was founded by ar2rk director Anna Murray and surface/textiles designer Grace Winteringham who share a desire to promote pattern awareness and innovation. Collaborations are basic to the Patternity design practice and they work closely with specialists in other fields to design patterns that draw interest to traditional skills, supplies and manufacturing tactics.
Richard very first collaborated with Patternity in early 2013 with the launch of his ‘Details from Willow‘ assortment and has just lately debuted his work in Paris at Maison&Objet. I have to say I am so quite pleased that these 2 have joined forces to develop this range. I cannot say I’ve ever genuinely been a large fan of bone china and I’ve constantly regarded it to be, dare-I-say-it, relatively previous-fashioned. But this assortment has truly reinvigorated my perception of bone china and has brought it very much up to date. I can certainly include this to my lust listing! I’d enjoy to know what you guys believe of this collection so you know the drill, leave me a comment or tweet me @StaceyJSheppard