Tableware by Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte seen at Private Residence, Copenhagen - Ecco Freddo
Tableware by Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte seen at Private Residence, Copenhagen - Ecco Freddo
Context & Credits
Item Ecco Freddo
As seen in Private Residence, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Ecco Freddo

Tableware by Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte, as seen in Private Residence, Copenhagen, Denmark

Item Details
Fantastic shot of Ecco Freddo in this beautiful home in Copenhagen. Ecco Freddo is a family of modular objects; grog clay and sand. These pieces are a nod to the technique referred to as desert refrigeration, developed primarily in Northern Africa. Two walls, separated by a void, come into contact with a flow of dry of air and a source of water to cool the contents of the ceramic. Ecco Freddo, therefore, encourages us to consider our conservation and consumption habits of food on a daily basis. Each pot is tailored to the characteristics of different families of foods: leafy vegetables, root vegetables, and fruits.

Meet the Creator

Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte

Brussels, Belgium

Born in 1991, Belgian designer Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte received his master’s degree in industrial design from the ENSAV La Cambre in 2014. Following his graduation, he opened his design studio in the Brussels city center. Since the beginning of his professional career, Pierre-Emmanuel has been invited to exhibit annually in cities such as Copenhague, Paris, and Milan. From conception to production, Pierre-Emmanuel imbues his designs with a sense of the surreal and a respect for craftsmanship. Each piece has a unique voice and emotional power. Together, they speak to our more playful and curious nature, inviting us to live experiences unlimited by everyday expectations. His work is enigmatic, challenging what we consider to be evident in order to change habits and perceptions. His designs are indeed symbolic of an urge to break free from the mundane, to chase originality while staying within the framework of the noblest materials.

Available for commission/custom work

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