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the crew at essenze new zealand had me over for a little studio tour on wednesday. i first saw essenze at their nyc debut at icff this year- i was really taken with their steam bent furniture, but it was really nice to see the full collection in person. essenze was founded by clare mora in order to honor the artists of new zealand and introduce their work to the rest of the world. according to essenze, new zealand's designers have developed a culture of innovation and resourcefulness due to their geographic isolation. each piece in the essenze collection really embodies the artists' commitment to quality, environmentally friendly manufacturing processes and the natural world around them. e one of essenze's most well-known designers is david trubridge, best known for his steam-bent plywood seating and lighting (they were a huge hit after icff). in addition to trubridge, designer susannah bridges creates beautiful ceramics from her studio in west auckland. there's plenty to see so click here for the full tour through the essenze studio. you can also click here for more information on essenze and to contact about pricing. [thanks to everyone at essenze for the lovely visit]






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