Ever since the Stilleben duo opened their first Stilleben store they have fostered ideas which has led to new contemporary designs. Besides running their own line of Stilleben design – including tableware, prints, furniture and accessories – the duo collaborates with internationally acknowledged design companies such as Kähler, Skagerak and Lyngby Porcelain.
It all began in 2009 when Kähler launched Stilleben’s iconic Omaggio Vase which immediately became a worldwide bestseller.
Stilleben has had the pleasure of working with Lyngby Porcelain on the re-launch of one of our old-time favorites - the DAN-Ild tableware. Despite originating from the 1950s, this tableware is still highly relevant. Being multi-functional it represents a modern design approach, and you can use it as both ovenproof cookware and serviceware for your dinner table.
The Sweater Collection
“We dreamt of a simple and patterned blanket with the same feeling as a favorite sweater that you just pulled over your head and left on the armrest of the couch”
The Sweater Collection is a collection of blankets created by Stilleben for Silkeborg Uldspinderi, who are known for their dedicated work with the wool material. The blankets come in four warm colors; rose, blue, yellow and brown.
The colours of the relaunched iconic Rhombe Tableware is designed by Stilleben for Lyngby Porcelæn.This playful and contemporary colour palette – including its deep saturated, bold and bright shades – adds elegance and fresh energy to each item redefining the classic white collection of Rhombe Tableware.
Yoko – designed by Stilleben for Motarasu – is a sculptural and distinct tableware collection inspired by Stilleben's first journey to Japan in 2015. Simple, sculptural shapes challenge the material of the porcelain and underline the purity of the material. The teapot serves as the centerpiece of the collection above and the mug and little pitcher adding a ceremonial feeling to the set.
Shiro – designed by Stilleben for Motarasu – is a series of porcelain bowls in six different sizes designed to meet almost every need you may have for a container. Each bowl is marked with a little indigo blue dot indicating its size, and referring to small Japanese stamps often used to sign a product or a paper. Shiro is the Japanese word for white.
Stilleben x Blue Leaves
Stilleben x Blue Leaves is a collection of handmade spoons designed by Stilleben and French Blue Leaves. The spoons are inspired by art deco and made in gold or silver plated brass and embellished with pink rose quartz or green onyx.
Edge Tableware – designed by Stilleben for Skagerak – is made in high-fired terracotta and inspired by an ancient Greek-Egyptian tradition for craftsmanship, which is reflected in the amphora-inspired foot. The outside has kept its original mat finish, while the inside is glazed to ensure a sturdy and water-resistant surface easy to clean. Dishwasher safe, except for the Edge Teapot and Edge Sugar Bowl, which has teak and brass details.
Edge Vase – designed by Stilleben for Skagerak – is made in high-fired terracotta and inspired by an ancient Greek-Egyptian tradition for craftsmanship. The vase is sharply profiled in levels which makes it balance between the raw and the refined. The outside has kept its original mat finish, while the inside is glazed to ensure a sturdy and water-resistant surface easy to clean.
Edge Pot – designed by Stilleben for Skagerak – is made in high-fired terracotta and inspired by an ancient Greek-Egyptian tradition for craftsmanship, which is reflected in the amphora-inspired foot. Edge Pot comes in an indoor and an outdoor version and is available in three colours, glazed or unglazed.
Omaggio – designed by Stilleben for Kähler – is a tribute to the Danish internationally acclaimed ceramic workshop Kähler. With its contemporary form and iconic stripes the Omaggio vase in porcelain has become a worldwide bestseller. Throughout the years Omaggio has been made in different designs – from mini vases and bowls to coffee pots and candle holders with different coloured stripes.