Video  - The Handmade

Australian architect Richard Leplastrier, who has a strong appreciation of the Japanese aesthetic, once said that a house is not at its best when first occupied, but only attains its optimal beauty when it is used with love. 

As someone who is a perfectionist at my very core, it's interesting that I appreciate the imperfection in ceramic pieces. I want to fill this store with bespoke, handmade treasures that are a joy to use.

In this video, I take you inside ceramic artist Kaye Poulton's studio as she makes me a series of cups to serve hot chocolate and specialty lattes from.

Written by Aishe Besim
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