Kristina Vildersbøll’s design is the essence of cool Nordic design with classic clean lines and tight curves. Each product is created with an eye for the tiniest detail and the perfect fit between form and function.
Vildersbøll ceramics is created out of a passion for long lasting design that never goes out of style.
Each product is carefully crafted by hand in her studio in Copenhagen by the designer Kristina Vildersbøll.
In the hands of Kristina Vildersbøll, her love and passion for the ceramics craftmanship is moulded into each individual cup, vase or plate produced in her studio. She attends each step of the creation of a product with the mind of a perfectionist and the heart of an artist. Vildersbøll ceramics are all unique and made carefully by hand and the outcome is a range of long lasting and aesthetic products. Only the finest quality gets selected for sale and can be bought in museum shops and boutiques throughout Denmark and abroad.
Kristina Vildersbøll is deeply passionate about creating the perfect fit between form and function, art and design.
For Kristina Vildersbøll it is imperative to create products that are sculptural and beautiful in their aesthetics, but at the same time made for every day use. A cup must lie perfectly in the hand to be comfortable to drink out of, but in Vildersbøll’s design, a new elegant shape also emerges when her cups are stacked neatly one on top of the other. A plate must not only be appealing in itself to look at, but must also be designed so simply that it allows a meal to be presented beautifully and in it’s own right.
All products are cast in stoneware or porcelain casting slip.
The process of working with liquid clay and plaster moulds demands precision and patience, but it allows you to create products that are both delicate and durable. By never compromising with the intricate process and techniques of casting and glazing, Vildersbøll’s designs are guaranteed to be hard-wearing and long lasting classics.
Kristina Vildersbøll graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – School of Design with a master in ceramics in 2011.
After graduation she was trained in ceramic production at Ditte Fischer Copenhagen.
Her work with a sculptural stacking system of bowls was in 2014 selected to be a part of Danish Crafts Collection 18.
The same year she opened her studio at Islands Brygge in Copenhagen where every product is developed and produced.