Homeware Collections

Studio50 homeware designs encompass sculptural simplicity and focus on the user's interaction and function with each piece. Materials that offer durability and longevity with a twist of unassuming application are selected to create pieces that enhance the user’s experience, and become loved and well used in the home every day.

Rock Bottom Collection

The Rock Bottom Vessel marry the functionality of science-grade glass with the industrial ruggedness of concrete. Every concrete base is individually crafted using various colour and texture techniques nesting its own unique hand-blown glass container, creating a perfect union.

The 1000mL boiling flask can withstand both extreme hot and extreme cold liquids, safely containing soups, coffee, hot chocolate, tea, ice cold water, lemonade, or fun entertaining cocktails. It also holds an entire bottle of wine and acts as a fabulous decanter!

Aroma Haus

This architecturally influenced aroma diffuser pairs our eco-formulated concrete and a walnut “chimney” accent with a water resistant finish. The simple lines with their Nordic appeal can be enjoyed indoors or out. The reversible design rests on any flat surface or can be wall-mounted. The raised “fireplace” holds a regular tea light that warms the heat resistant science-lab test tube. Let nature’s scents infuse well-being into your living space by adding a few drops of essential oils to the crushed stones or fill the glass chimney with water and natural botanicals.

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EVERYDAY TRENCHER Collection

The original stale bread bowl trencher did not fare well at sea, so carved trenchers were used by the crew. The square shape was adoped to maximize the space at tables and is said to be the origin of the expression: “three square meals”.

Konkret Knife Block Collection

The konkret knife block makes up our concrete knife block collection. A custom metal base (sold separately) allows for the blocks to be tilted at an ergonomic angle and to fit perfectly below upper cabinetry.

ConcreteryTM Collection

The original stale bread bowl trencher did not fare well at sea, so carved trenchers were used by the crew. The square shape was adopted to maximize the space at tables and is said to be the origin of the expression: “three square meals”. A fusion of concrete and ceramics, we explored the qualities of both to create a unique mix that holds heat or cold, and possesses a food-safe, glazed surface. Our trencher takes a modern approach to old world tableware. A platter used for serving and dining for one or to share with others.

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