Anne Black, one of Denmark’s star ceramic artists, recently opened a concept shop in Copenhagen featuring an idiosyncratic mix of wares (furniture from e15, home accessories from Moormann, and linens from Society) as well as her own delicate, sherbet-hued pieces. Black, who graduated from the Kolding School of Design in 1996, apprenticed with several ceramicists before launching her own line with her husband, Jesper, which is made by hand in her studio on the outskirts of Hanoi in Vietnam.
Above: The shop is located at the corner of Gammel Kongevej in Frederiksberg, a district of Copenhagen. Photo via SoFiliumm.
Above: The high-ceilinged space is painted entirely in white, floors included.
Above: A collection of Black’s hand-glazed Bloom vases.
Above: Black’s ceramics and other offerings are displayed on FNP shelving by Nils Holger Moormann.
Above: Last spring, Swedish artist Astrid Svangren created a watercolor installation in the store. Photo via SoFiliumm.
Above: In the US, Anne Black’s Tilt Bowls are available from Huset in LA; $27 to $50, depending on size.
Above: Black’s muted color palette is inspired by nature.
Above: A corner of the shop with a clever folding table; the shelf leaning against the wall is by e15. Photo via SoFiliumm
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