Harvey Series and Nose for Thomas Eyck
The small carafe forms the start of the Harvey Series. Approached from the back side it looks like a cup, but when turned a quarter, the appearance changes completely. The frontside exists of a sprout, giving it a perky opposite shape to the cup. The cup shape forms the base of the complete series. It includes the small and large carafe, a stackable cup in 3 sizes, a plate / tray and a candle stand that accommodates the 3 most common candle sizes. All the objects are produced by Studio Zand, made from a deep warm anthracite porcelain. Due to the hand polished finish the surface is dense, and it provides a subtle shine.
For more information about the Harvey Series please visit: www.thomaseyck.com
In search of the right materials, the start of this pitcher has been a long time coming. Ever since the drawing started (2005) it has been a wish of Aldo Bakker to bring it into existence. During this year’s Milano Design Week it is our pleasure to show Nose – a standing oval with one very large spout and a foot underneath otherwise it will tip over. Nose comes in two sizes, and three colors: grayish blue, warm sand and broken white speckled. The porcelain is hand polished, giving the surface a dense and a subtle shine.
Produced by Studio Zand (Frans Ottink & Erna Huppelschoten) in Amersfoort, the Netherlands
For more information about Nose please visit: www.thomaseyck.com