In the workshop

Coming Soon

Holy Water ceramics 
from industrial waste 

In collaboration with the recent Central St. Martins graduate Sara Howard 
inspired by her Circular Ceramics methodology

Many of the raw materials used today for ceramic production are expected to run out over the next 30 years, based on current rates of consumption and our known resources. England produced over 10 million tonnes of industrial waste in 2018, containing many of the finite raw materials which are becoming increasingly scarce. Circular Ceramics minimises the consumption of finite raw materials and diverts waste away from landfill, securing a future for the ceramics industry and our planet.

The proposed spirit decanter and hip flasks are not only utilising the waste products, but also created through a process, which does not require electricity or disposable plaster moulds.

The purpose: design out waste and pollution to regenerate natural systems.