We've put together a list of our favorite designed pieces under $500. Find gifts for the Botanist, Caffeinated, Playful, Pyro, Mixologist, Foodie, Scholar, and Snuggler in your life. Happy Holidays!
Depending on the type of clay and temperature fired, different types of ceramics have emerged: porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, and pottery. Here are some of our favorites!
"When people ask me why a dancer or choreographer would have any interest in designing furniture, the first thing that I say is that it’s objects in space."
"I’ve been very lucky to find people who care about how things are built, almost as though it’s a way of life."
"Learning a little more about the cosmos makes you understand a little more about what’s going on here."
"I’d like to think that our work has less to do with a “style” and more to do with attempting to be in tune with the spirit of a place, and the construction vernacular of that place, and its history."
"There are a lot of details that go into making a place feel effortless."
"I think realizing the connection that people could have with furniture is what sealed the deal for me. The daily physical contact could make the users experience intimate and powerful — like a relic or artifact that is activated by touch."
"Good art only comes about when its collaborators are mutually respectful and equally passionate."
"We want the objects that Souda makes to be the types of items that people are really excited about. Each piece should feel completely resolved - like a work of art."