Keith Brymer Jones | Tableware
We collaborated with Keith Brymer Jones on a range of tableware including stackable ceramics, matching placemats, coasters and tea towels.
MAKE International's Head of Design, Keith Brymer Jones, judge of The Great Pottery Throwdown, developed the shapes for the Hokolo range on his potter’s wheel at his studio, a converted bakery in Whitstable, Kent. The unique shapes of the stackable tableware harmonise perfectly with Hokolo's signature mid-century inspired English Breakfast patterns.
Once the initial designs have been signed off, Keith then works with MAKE’s expert product supervisors in China to sample the products on the factory floor to match the same high specifications as the pieces made at home in his studio.
The Hokolo collection has been stocked in John Lewis, Bloomingdales, National Theatre shop and independent shops throughout the UK and abroad. It has also received numerous press coverage including Elle Decoration, Monocle Magazine, Stylist and Observer Magazine. Our ceramics even made an appearance in the Great British Bake off!
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Dare Studio | Katakana Lounge Chair
Dare Studio is an award winning British design company producing handmade contemporary furniture and lighting products. We are thrilled to be collaborating with Dare Studio, adding Hokolo's Benedict woven wool fabric as part of their upholstery fabric range.
Hokolo's Benedict woven wool fabric works particularly well with Dare Studio's Katakana furniture range which includes the Katakana Lounge Chair, Katakana Rocking Chair, Katakana Sofa, Katakana Ottoman, Katakana chair and Katakana stool.
The image below is the Katakana Lounge Chair in Solid American Balck Walnut upholstered in Hokolo's Benedict Blue small repeat woven wool fabric.
Katalog London | Design Collective
Founded by Jen Taylor in 2015 Katalog is a design collective united by a shared background in architecture.
Our exhibitions form a collaborative installation showcasing the work and skills of all member designers. Work includes interior accessories, prints and jewellery. We had 3 successful exhibitions in the past and are on the constant look out for more members and pop-up opportunities.
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