It's time to take pottery to another level. We know we've been using the term 'unique / one-of-its-kind' a lot, but this collection really takes the cake!

This entire collection by Melbourne-based Alterfact studio, features 3D-printed homeware that are as mesmerising as they are interesting. All of their pieces were 3D-printed with porcelain, assembled and then glazed and fired to 1280 degrees celsius in their Brunswick studio! 

This vase is printed using Southern Ice Porcelain and features an irregular pattern near the top of the vase that is unique to each piece.

Southern Ice Porcelain 
Clear glaze on the inside

Height: 14 cm
Diameter: 8 cm, 9 cm (oval-shaped)


Alterfact studio is an award-winning experimental design studio created by artists Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Click here to be mesmerised by their 3D-printing process!