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fefostudio
fefostudio

fefostudio

New York, NY

"SHAPE AND COLOR"
Fefo is a design studio, crafting products from tablewares to lighting. Inspired by textural details and simplicity, Fefo uses a variety of materials, shapes, and colors to create an approachable design and craft pieces that are beautiful but meant to be used.

From vibrant blues, to warm earthen pinks, to a simple dash of white--the wares handmade aesthetic makes them natural additions to a thoughtful lifestyle.

A Ceramics Design Glimpse

Q&A

What is your favorite material to work with?

"For now I work with clay :)
I don’t consider myself a ceramicist, I just have curiosity for the process of transformation, that is my passion (this also occurred as well when I was a chef and baker).
With clay we can create all sorts objects that can last forever. I also have a passion and attraction for textiles, wood, and leather."
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What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"Desire and excitement to own it.
To feel a relationship with the shapes and textures beyond the immediate function of the object."
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What motivates and inspires you?

"Sunny days, nature, and young people with ideas."
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What makes a space special?

"Good lighting

Good vibrations"
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What’s unique about your work?

"The use of color, the repurposing of shapes, and the joy of expression."
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How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"Through curiosity, exploration, and no fear of perfection or failure. I am always open to the possibility of creating any object in any field of design.
A simple visit to a hardware store will make the next jewel, lamp, tableware piece or home object. There are no boundaries for a new shape idea or use of the piece."
-- fefostudio
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What funny moments, unexpected surprises, or obstacles have you encountered?

"FUNNY MOMENTS: My obsession for making molds and finding a new silhouette, as well as the use of new clay and glazes. Today my mood board uses 1/3 of my studio, I can’t get enough.

UNEXPECTED: My favorite moment is when a piece breaks while we are trimming or sponging, a new product will come to life from the suggested new broken shape.

OBSTACLE: Time and space"
-- fefostudio
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