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Kirstie van Noort from her graduated from the Dutch Design Academy Eindhoven. Sourcing twelve raw materials from the abandoned mines (including china, tin, and copper) Van Noort latest endeavor also deals with the subject of waste and takes the residue used in the production of white porcelain to create a line of textured earthenware bowls and cups. Kitchens Supplies, Modern Home Design, Vans Noort, Interiors Design, Kirstie Vans, Ceramics Paintings, Modern Houses, Design Home, Hot Pots
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Ceramic Paint Bugle, Geevor and Nanpean by Kirstie van Noort The three objects Bugle, Geevor and Nanpean have been named after the places where the materials were found, and reflect in their shape and color the three most important industries in this area, namely tin, copper and china clay.