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Monday’s quick start: Utopia & Utility

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wowowoWOW … not only are all the materials used for these vessels great … the way they are combined together is just divine! I can only imagine how beautiful these vessels would look in a clean and modern home.

I think it is the first time here on Bloesem that I am telling you about a 'brother – sister' team, but Pia and Moritz Wustenberg from Utopia & Utility are siblings . They say they like to combine the functional and the fantastical and believe that everything that deserves to be made, deserves to be made well. From the process to the finished objects, our intend is to enrich life through beauty…. agree?

The brother- sister team started theor company only recently in 2012. Their aim is to grow a business with integrity and good intend, wishing to highlight the beauty of craft and the value in tacit skills.                     [MORE IMAGES]

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  1. Kim L.

    I’m obsessed with those vessels in the first image! Such a creative way to mix and match materials. I want one for myself!

  2. Phibi

    I really like your blog, your work and photographs, are gorgeous! I follow your blog for years, I’m a girl from Spain. I apologize for my English. I invite you to visit my blog if you want. Phibi.


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