Malmö Porslin/ Carina Seth Andersson
The Pi series is a series of smaller parts that together form a larger experience.
A bowl that becomes a cup that becomes a glass depending on what you put in or pour. A plate plus your imagination becomes a serving dish. To start with eleven porcelain pieces and two glass vases, mouth-blown at Skruf, as beautiful without flowers as with them.
Designed by Carina Seth Andersson.
Carina Seth Andersson, CSA, is a Swedish designer known for her distinctive, functional works in glass and ceramics. Her method is to scale down, and find the balance between simplicity and meaningful form that makes the products timeless. In addition to Malmö Porslin, Carina collaborates with a number of Scandinavian and international brands such as Iittala, Hackman, Skruf, CBI, Svenskt Tenn, Marimekko and Fogia. She works with public installations as well as ongoing limited edition productions, produced in her own studio in Gustavsberg.
The name of the company is reused from Malmö Porslinsfabrik, which was once located on Porslinsgatan in Malmö. Both simple household goods and beautiful tableware were produced there - products that can still be seen in Malmö Museum's collections. Behind Malmö Porslin are five people with long and solid experience from the world of furniture and design. Peter Erlandsson, MSc in Economics and Pär Josefsson, MSc in Engineering are the founders of String Furniture. Ulrika Erlandsson is a lawyer and has worked at IKEA as well as running her own furniture and interior design business. Magnus Ingerstedt, creative director, with extensive experience in design and interior design. Ann Marie Josefsson is an economist and has previously worked in the textile industry with purchasing and marketing. In addition to its own production, Malmö Porslin is the Nordic distributor for the Japanese lighting company Ambientecmed's award-winning products such as Turn and Turn+.
Small: D: 15cm x H: 10cm
Large: D: 29cm x H: 28cm