Vildersbøll ceramics is created out of passion for form and function.

The prod­uct design is min­i­mal­is­tic, with clean lines and tight curves. Each prod­uct is cre­at­ed with an eye for detail and focus on function.

Every product is carefully crafted by hand in the studio in Copenhagen by the designer Kristina Vildersbøll.

This is done out of the belief that if design and craft work close­ly togeth­er, it cre­ates vivid, long last­ing prod­ucts that con­tin­ue to bring joy and plea­sure in every­day life.

Kristina is deeply passionate about investigating how art and design meet.

Even though the prod­ucts are made for every­day use, her designs tend to con­tain ele­ments of sculp­ture. Thus, when they are stacked, new shapes occur.

All products are cast in stoneware or porcelain casting slip.

The process of work­ing with liq­uid clay and plas­ter molds takes pre­ci­sion and patience, but it allows you to cre­ate prod­ucts that are both del­i­cate and durable.

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.