Monday-Tuesday: usually 11am-5pm, Wednesday+Friday: 10am-5.30pm, Thursday: 10am-6pm, Saturday: 11am-3pm.
At the beginning of April we are very excited to be moving from No. 27 to bigger locations at the corner of No. 43 a bit further down the street! There’re some logistics in this connection which means we’re not at this point in time completely certain as to how it affects our open hours, so please contact us before planning a visit during the first two weeks of April.
I would like to extend a huge and sincere THANK YOU to all of you who write about my work and studio. It is extremely encouraging and you have guided a lot of people to visit. I am very grateful for this. Below are some of these mentions – with a link to the full article wherever possible. There are more links to references here —>
It is an honour to be included in this book by Katie Treggiden, which was launched in September 2017. She visits studios in six cities around the world: New York, Tokyo, Sao Paolo, London, Sydney and Copenhagen. The book is available on Amazon and I also have some for sale in the studio:
The French travel guide Petit Futé 2018:
The new goop Copenhagen city guide where I was given the lovely title of Ceraminker
On the online frontpage of LOST IN… Copenhagen:
…and on the very last page of HELLO! Magazine UK (August 21, 2017):
If you don’t blink you can catch a glimpse of the studio in Monocle‘s Copenhagen guide at approx. 0:14 and 3:03…
… and in Condé Nast Traveller‘s 2017 shopping guide to Copenhagen:
Goop made a Copenhagen alphabet and K was for Keramik (ceramics)!
These stunning flowers illustrated the kindest recommendation by blogger Sheri Silver:
Financial Times’ How To Spend It said:
Discover and escape visited a while ago:
Departures wrote overwhelmingly:
The studio and shop is situated in the middle of cozy Jægersborggade in Norrebro among around 70 other studios, eateries and independent shops. It is completely off the beaten track and away from the mainstream shops. Here you’ll experience the hygge atmosphere among the shop owners, the visitors and the locals. Jægersborggade is the home of the country’s best chocolate and coffee as well as a Michelin restaurant, just to mention a few highlights.
Paying it forward. We made a collection for the refugees.
Each piece is handmade without the use of molds and are subsequently handsigned before the final firing.
Take a peek inside the studio.
Other photos in order of appearance: Inge Vincents, Ine Boasson, Seth Nicolas (x 2), Camilla Winther.
Applied Arts Award bronze medal and grant 2007
CEBIKO, 4th World Ceramics Biennale Korea International Competitiom 2007 (honourable mention). Catalogue:
MINO 2008, the 8th International Ceramics Competition of Mino Museum of Modern Ceramic Art (honourable mention). Exhibition catalogue:
CEBIKO 2009, the 5th World Ceramics Biennale International Competition (honourable mention). Exhibition catalogue: