Kajsa Cramer is a former interior designer with a life long passion for handmade ceramics. After studying various part time courses in the art she eventually undertook a course of study at the Löftadalens Folkhögskola in Sweden to become a ceramic artisan as her main profession. Kajsa works with porcelain clay and is able to evoke the most beautiful forms from the medium. It is fired at extremely high temperatures to retain it’s natural beauty and to impart a stunning translucence characteristic of fine porcelain. See more of Kajsa’s work at her website here.
The captivatingly beautiful spaces within this contemporary apartment are designed and styled with a neutral palette and restrained use of colour but enriched with layers of texture and the very clever use of natural elements giving the owners a truly relaxing haven to return home to at the end of a busy day. Designed by architects Woods Bagot the apartment is located in the inner city suburb of Carlton in Melbourne Australia. Owners Eddie Kaul and Richa Pant engaged the assistance of renowned interior designer Hamish Guthrie and his talented team at Hecker Guthrie to give this beautiful home a sense of harmony, light and a distinct Nordic flavour by selecting the perfect combination of furniture, lighting and artwork to reflect Eddie & Richa’s unique personalities and drawing from them new and exciting pathways of inspiration. Photography by Eve Wilson. Original story via The Style Files.