Functional ceramics re-imagined for modern living, each piece intricately made by hand

Functional ceramics re-imagined for modern living, each piece intricately made by hand

Design Brand launches handmade collection at the intersection of craft and tech based on collaborations with makers across materials to create remarkable designs

The Bright Angle believe in working together using our hands and machines of the future. The new design brand’s first collection aims to combat disposable culture through thoughtful design.

“We want to share the joys of using things made by hand, to contradict disposable culture. We want you to connect to the maker of your belongings. Our designs are made to be collected and cared for or given as gifts with truly unique stories behind them.”
— Nick Moen, founder/CEO of The Bright Angle

The process begins as an idea, collaborating with local artists on each design. The designs go through dozens of iterations and the best are rendered digitally and 3D printed. Molds are made of the printed models and their finished form is high-quality porcelain. What makes their process unique is that every step is done in-house by artists in Asheville, North Carolina.

The focus wasn’t on just one design – they created an entire lifestyle collection that they plan to expand. The Bright Angle team is working on different solutions to drinking coffee in style, burning candles elegantly and lighting spaces that feel good.

Ultimately, the success of this project will allow them to collaborate with more artists moving forward and continue to build on the collection. This is their dream for the future of The Bright Angle.

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