SOPHIE CERAMICA

Sophie Ceramica started as a passion project for 27 Sofia de Moser Leitão, who began exploring ceramics 3 years ago in a small studio in her home town of Lisboa. Without expectations, just exploring the clay and having fun, eventually launching the Sophie Ceramica brand and relocating to Paris. Sofia creates pieces that are playful and joyful with organic shapes and colour, designed to have a positive effect on people. Everything is handmade, so all the pieces have little imperfections, maintaining a naif aspect, which defines the universe of her work. 

The pieces are made primarily from clay, a natural material, which Sophia sources from Spain. Working consciously in the studio Sofia produces in small batches, ensuring to minimise use of resources by reusing clay, engobes and glazes; never throwing anything away, mixing colours and exploring new glazes. Sophia works with natural light whenever possible, and minimises water use in the studio, also only firing the studio kiln when completely full to maximise the energy used in this process.

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SOPHIE CERAMICA

Sophie Ceramica started as a passion project for 27 Sofia de Moser Leitão, who began exploring ceramics 3 years ago in a small studio in her home town of Lisboa. Without expectations, just exploring the clay and having fun, eventually launching the Sophie Ceramica brand and relocating to Paris. Sofia creates pieces that are playful and joyful with organic shapes and colour, designed to have a positive effect on people. Everything is handmade, so all the pieces have little imperfections, maintaining a naif aspect, which defines the universe of her work. 

The pieces are made primarily from clay, a natural material, which Sophia sources from Spain. Working consciously in the studio Sofia produces in small batches, ensuring to minimise use of resources by reusing clay, engobes and glazes; never throwing anything away, mixing colours and exploring new glazes. Sophia works with natural light whenever possible, and minimises water use in the studio, also only firing the studio kiln when completely full to maximise the energy used in this process.

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