One of a kind, these statement pieces are unique in design and execution.
Meticulously hand built in Brooklyn, each slab of clay is cut with precision dried over time to maintain an unnaturally erect form.
These otherworldly pieces combine stark, futuristic geometry with the warmth of ancient ceramic vessels. The collection explores the dichotomy between digital repeating planes and an earthen medium. Spherical solidity and airy lines combine in a range of neckless vases embracing negative space, removing the expected and leaving the essential to offer framed views of the flora within. A handmade bowl cradles its contents between sculptural fins, a motif found also in the prism-shaped table light (please inquire).
Photographed by Brook Holm.
Brooke's interpretation of this collection began as an exploration in embracing the unexpected. Through using sharp precision cut prisms to contrast a hand-hewn material, emerged an in-camera effect that gave way to soft, auric apparitions.