From limited, handmade objects to a large scale production. During the course of 10 years, the Memphis Stoneware collection has evolved to become the centerpiece of Stilleben Tableware.
In close collaboration with our partners in Portugal, the bowls, plates and cups are carefully made combining centuries of knowhow in European stoneware production with sustainable technology.
From midnight raku firings to seeing the world through aesthetic lenses. Read the full Rue de Tokyo interview of one of Stilleben's founders, Jelena Schou Nordentoft, about her creative journey and passion.
In a town outside the city of Vilnius, Lithuania, a century-long tradition for linen production meets technological innovation and sustainable practices in a family owned textile factory deeply rooted in knowledge and good craftsmanship of linen production.
This is where all Stilleben's linen textiles are sewed.
Experience wild nature and delicious food in the green oasis at BaneGaarden in the middle of Copenhagen. At newly opened Perron your sourdough bread and pasta will be served on our Memphis Plates and the nature wine served in Concave Glassware. Read more about this unique setting here.
This year we present a very limited collection of pure Christmas magic - handmade, one-of-a-kind paper ornaments. They are created by artist Lene Lykke Davidsen, whose art practice is centred around aesthetic studies of colors and shapes.
Bruunshaab Gl. Papfabrik has produced cardboard since 1919 - including the bespoke gift boxes for our Oak Boards. Read the full journal to learn more about the last cardboard factory in Denmark to produce fibreboard, which is made entirely from recycled paper.