Designed and produced from a modest boatshed atelier and basement studios in New Zealand, Gidon Bing Ceramics are a wonderful celebration of minimalism and tactility.
According to designer and sculptor, Gidon Bing the latest collection draws inspiration from the power and presence of reductive forms – a natural extension of his sculptural practice, where a fascination with the relationship between biological asymmetry and the artefact is explored. The new range includes pendant lights, plates, bowls, desk trays and a coffee percolator.
Two different processes form part of Gidons unique sculptural approach to designing and producing ceramics. Many of his ceramic objects are modelled and formed using techniques such as traditional Japanese wood bending, carving, plaster turning and mould making together with more contemporary approaches like 3d printing and multi axis cnc.
Gidon Bing Ceramics
Photography by Toaki Okano