Vildersbøll ceramics is created out of a passion for long lasting design that never goes out of style.

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.

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.

Since 2014 Kristina Vildersbøll has produced her own ceramics from her studio at Islands Brygge.

By the atmos­pher­ic canals at Islands Brygge in the cen­tre of Copen­hagen, Kristi­na lives with her fam­i­ly only a stone’s throw from her work­shop. 

Through the years, Islands Brygge, a for­mer indus­tri­al area, has become a cre­ative hub for musi­cians, yogis, painters and oth­er artists that form a vibrant urban com­mu­ni­ty along­side pop-up bike-shops and local delis and restaurants.

You’re wel­come to pop by Kristina’s stu­dio in Thor­shavns­gade to see her work in progress. 

Kristi­na Vilder­s­bøll holds an MA from the Roy­al Dan­ish Acad­e­my of Fine Arts, School of Design (2011). Besides the pro­duc­tion of her ceram­ics, she teach­es ceram­ics class­es at her own stu­dio in cen­tral Copen­hagen. 

Vildersbøll’s designs have been exhib­it­ed in Den­mark as well as abroad. She has been nom­i­nat­ed and won awards for her beau­ti­ful aes­thet­ics and dis­tinct Nordic func­tion­al­ism and is wide­ly recog­nised for her uncom­pro­mis­ing craftsmanship.

As a mem­ber of the Copen­hagen-based design col­lec­tive “Designkollek­tivet” in the trendy Nør­re­bro street Jægers­borggade, Vilder­s­bøll is part of an inspir­ing com­mu­ni­ty of artists that focus­es on high qual­i­ty and local­ly pro­duced designs.

You can buy Kristi­nas Vildersbøll’s prod­ucts in “Designkollek­tivet” at Nør­re­bro or by appoint­ment direct­ly from her stu­dio at Islands Brygge as well as online and from design and muse­um shops across the country.