|1991–1994||Trained as a ceramist|
|1996–2002||Studied Fine Art at Kassel and Berlin|
|2002–2012||Atelier for installations, photography and drawings in Berlin|
|2011||Opening Schoemig Porzellan Berlin|
|2015||Prize-winner “Ceramics and Tea” at Westerwald Ceramics Museum|
|2016||AD Magazine’s Top 50 list of “Germany’s best designers”|
Characterized by clear-cut shapes, exquisitely delicate and graceful, yet perfectly suited for everyday use, all of Claudia Schoemig’s tableware and vessels are hand-thrown in her atelier in Berlin. Left unglazed, the exterior surfaces connote the appearance and haptics of paper. Her translucent cups and tea bowls typically feature subtle pastel hues and a silky-matte finish on the outside, in some cases enhanced with fine linear or grid patterns. “On the basis of our traditional craft, we aim to create individual vessels that radiate a natural aura –everyday companions that make life more enjoyable and poetic,” this designer says. Thanks to the porcelain’s extreme hardness, all her vessels are perfectly dishwasher-safe. Prices start at 39 euros.