+ Aldo Bakker Porcelain Tableware


Water carafe – production: Frans Ottink – distribution: t.e.
photography: Erik en Petra Hesmerg


Vinegar flask – production: Frans Ottink – distribution: t.e.
photography: Erik en Petra Hesmerg

A short post to share these beautiful new pieces by Aldo Bakker, now available through t.e., a label from The Netherlands. Some of the shapes Aldo had already made in Silver for t.e. but this porcelain set makes more sense to me. Also the Vinegar Flask, just has beautiful and “flowy” shapes that make the vinegar flowing out of it even better, it actually enhances the action of “pouring vinegar”.

I am not sure if these “carafes” really tell you what is supposed to be in it by the way they look, I am thinking if you own these you would maybe switch uses. But let’s get these in the house first and try em out!Or maybe just look at them. Also check out the t.e. label (named after the owner of the label Thomas Eyck) for more beautiful collections. I think it’s one of the most impressive lines of smaller products and small furniture around at the moment.


Milk can – production: Frans Ottink – distribution: t.e.
photography: Erik en Petra Hesmerg



About byAMT

Alissia Melka-Teichroew, founder and creative director of byAMT Inc is a New World-Old World mash-up. The daughter of a French mother and American father, she was born and raised in The Netherlands. A Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, she also holds a Masters of Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), USA. After stints in Paris, San Francisco, and Boston, she now lives and works in New York City. While developing her own original projects, she also served a design residency at the renowned design consultancy IDEO and also worked on staff at Puma International. Alissia’s transcontinental background is reflected in her fluidity and fluency of her designs. Attuned to the latest design innovations, trends, and materials, she infuses her work with her own unique, charismatic personality and mischievous sensibility. Her products are savvy, sophisticated, and witty: the archetypical Acrylic Diamond Ring rendered in candy-colored acrylic, as well as Silver Diamond Ring, ceramic plates folded in easy-to-hold shapes, Handful of Plates, a mirror that transposes the viewers face over an iconic image of feminine beauty (ME-ror). This uncanny ability to tweak expectations has delighted design cognoscenti and consumers alike. Her products have been carried or manufactured worldwide by brands like Victoria & Albert Museum, Kikkerland, MoMa Store, Van Esch, Wabnitz Editions, Goods and more. Over the years she has consulted fro companies like: Adidas, TRESPA, Functionals; as well as focussed on curating and co-curating and designing several successful Design exhibits, including: Bits ‘n Pieces at Material Connexion (NY) and 400 Years Later, Cite Goes Dutch at Cite (NY). In the last decade, Alissia has exhibited work at the Salone del Mobile Milano, ICFF in New York, 100% Design Tokyo, Material Connexion New York and Victoria & Albert Museum in London among others. In 2010 Alissia Melka-Teichroew started teaching as a visiting professor at Pratt Institute in New York. After several lectures at schools around the USA over the last years as well as being invited as a guest lecturer and critic at schools like Rhode Island School of Design, Chicago Art Institute, Philadelphia University of the Arts and California College of Arts among others.


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