Prague design shop with a curated selection of designer glass, ceramics, jewellery, fashion accessories and collectibles by renowned designers.
Our design shop is where you will find established Czech jewellery makers from the K.O.V. UPRUM studio like Eva Růžičková, Klára Šípková, Nastassia Aleinikava, ANINA, Markéta Kratochvílová. You can also find Ela Chroust a goldsmiths seeking to brush away the deposits of outdated ideas from her craft.
We have chosen works by the best Czech designers such as prof. Pelcl and studio Qubus for you, and offer the exclusive opportunity to purchase original ceramics from the Plody Erlanu collection by David Střeleček, as well as porcelain in 3D printed form and cardboard strip by David Síla, vases by Daniela Vrabcová Chodilová, conceptual works in glass by Karolína Vorlíková, and ceramics by Markéta VuTru.
In addition to our unique curated selection, also available online, we provide a comprehensive service from consultation to packaging works. Alena Schneiderová and her team will be happy to assist you at our design shop.
Her journey went through K.O.V. studio (headed by Eva Eisler) at UMPRUM in Prague, several nominations for Czech Grand Design Award (in 2008, 2011, 2013 and 2014) to authorial jewels in collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague and private collections.
What makes her works so important is also the usage of materials. Glasses by Aleinikava are remarkable for being fully handmade from material of a high quality – Italian cellulose acetate by Mazzucchelli.
Her jewellery tends to be in contrast with today´s sleekness. She surprises us with her combinations of materials and shapes or inspiration from everyday things such as signatures or beleif.
In 2012, they presented their first jewellery collection at Designblok. These were bracelets, earrings and a necklaces made of nylon using 3D printing technology. That year they also won the Czech Grand Design 2012 award. Now they also create jewellery from other materials, such as stainless steel, acrylic, silver and gold.
We are not always trying to follow the trends, but looking back into the history and combine the traditions with contemporary or futuristic possibilities. One cannot exist without the other. Life is about learning new things and we live in a cycles. Change is inevitable so that something new can arise. Less is more and at the same time less is bore.
Creating and living both directions teaches us being in harmony with logic and emotions. We are all comfortable with old and at the same we want something new. And creating something new is possible only with the knowledge of heritage. We can use what have been invented to discover something new. The technology and evolution pushes us faster to undescovered.
Ela Chroust is a Czech goldsmith and jeweller. The entire work of Ela Chroust is based on a combination of seemingly contradictory attitudes and a novel view of the essence of jewellery. She likes to cross the boundaries of styles and explore the possibilities of combining minimalism, exaggeration, punk and traditional elegance.
Ursula Futura is under the creative and strategic direction of Kathrin Zelger. Ursula is the symbol for our courageous alter ego. A sassy and bold person who is brave enough to do exactly what they feel like doing. Like Ursula, the Ursula Futura design objects are bold, optimistic, and futuristic.
Marketa Kratochvilova is interested in the dark recesses of the primordial, the ambivalence of natural and artificial forms, and the story of the hidden intimate self in contrast with provocatively expressive ornaments.
Her work returns to a clear, modernist expression and creates a system of elements that are already characteristic of her work. In 2017, she launched Bold Studio in Prague as a showroom and workshop dedicated to jewelry and experimental design.
Our production takes place in the heart of Europe. We work and are based in Prague and Nový Bor, where all our glass is manufactured. It all starts with an author’s design, which is consulted with glass craftsmen before the actual production takes place.
In many cases, however, glass is its factor, but that fascinates us. Sometimes it surprises us and forces us to experiment. Your interiors and human desire to be different inspire us to create something exceptional, with long-lasting value.
LLEV are an independent studio that combines art and design. We design furniture, interior objects and design product collections for companies and galleries. We base our design on a process that combines experimentation and research into new materials, production technologies with the integrity of traditional craftsmanship. LLEV create original, handmade products in the Bohemian Paradise region. We use a specific creative language, which is characterized by working not only with the shape, but also with the message of each product or work and how it fits into contemporary context of sustainability.
Karla and Rudolf make jewellery by hand from silver and gold using traditional jewellery making techniques. We can also find collections in which they use other materials, such as wood, veneer, slate, rubber or concrete.
Their work focuses mainly on architectural quality. Some of their jewellery can be found in private collections in Vienna, Hamburg, New York, Bratislava and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. In 2011 Karla was awarded the Marzee Graduate Prize.
Our bags and accessories are mostly made from natural materials as leather, cotton or linen and comes from Italy and Spain. However, they are designed, processed and carefully packed exclusively in our local workshop in Prague.
He has created a number of interiors for prestigious buildings (interiors for President Václav Havel at Prague Castle, the Czech House in Malmö, etc.). In 2006 he won the National Design Award, the Form Award in Germany, in 2007 the Design Plus Award in Germany and the Czech Grand Design Award for Designer of the Year. His work is represented in major design museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Quality, production methods, innovative technology and exceptional design set Daniel Pirsc apart in the Czech Republic and abroad as a true master of his craft. Pirsc studied porcelain and ceramic at the renowned College of Industrial Arts.
He has been operating the PIRSC PORCELAIN studio in Mikulov, Czech Republic since 2005 and is currently Head of Porcelain and Ceramics at the College of Industrial Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia.
2017 was a breakthrough year for the brand, when it gained a new modern face thanks to its creative director Rony Plesl. The cooperation with the brand started with the Love glass collection featuringa cut heart, which became a symbol of its beginning.
Rony’s intention was to create a gift that evokes positive emotions and passions. The cut heart inspired by tattoos later evolved into the iconic lettered jars. Since 2022, designer Kateřina Handlová has been the artistic director.
Mesmerized by the secret world of minerals, we make ceramic vessels. Thanks to our manual work and the unpredictability of ceramic processes, each piece is unique and has its own character. Made in Prague, under the brand Plody Erlanu.
All jewellery collections are in some way based on her personal life, she calls them her diaries. She is inspired by her studies of shamanism, symbolism or white magic as well as her childhood, dreams and fairy tales. Her greatest muse is nature.
She exhibits her work all over the world. She opened her own studio in Prague in December 2017 and her first brick-and-mortar shop in Kampa in August 2022.
Qubus Design studio
Under the name Qubus a whole line of works and compact collections, so significant for the Qubus handwriting is produced. Both designers participate on the brand development and it’s abroad crossover or a certain fame.
Qubus Design studio is established with concentration on interior, architectural, installation or graphic design commissions. Currently, Jakub Berdych and Josef Tomšej form the Qubus studio. Together they continue to work on building their brand, presenting themselves abroad and on interior and architectural realizations.
Her artistic style is close to constructivism and her jewellery is recognisable by its perfectionist geometric lines complemented with elaborate detail. Kateřina is interested in unconventional, innovative ways of creating jewellery. Her best designs border on body art, although she still emphasizes their functionality in everyday wear.
Jiří graduated at MA in Sculpture – Ceramics dpt. in 2018 in Pilsen CZ and after moved to live and work to Berlin DE where he founded Replica Ceramics label. After his come back to Prague CZ opened ceramic studio Hlinotéka with his partners, where he is based since.
“I am fascinated by craft, technology and the endless potential of materials. That is why I like to experiment and use materials such as wood, cork, slate, mother of pearl and many others. I also put emphasis on precise craftsmanship and detail. I perceive the jewel a personal or even intimate statement, something very close to the body and I would like to include these, for me, important.”
The author of the collection is David Síla – a graduate of the Ceramics Design Studio at the Faculty of Art and Design of the University of Applied Sciences in Ústí nad Labem. He designed and realized the collection of porcelain bowls as his Master’s project. He dealt not only with the design of the products themselves, but primarily with the innovation of the production process. Here he uses a 3D printed mould and a cardboard strip to shape the unique structure of the outer surface of the bowls.
This is the fundamental difference between original creations and traditional jewellery. Unlike jewellers, I’m not afraid to experiment and that’s why I create unique jewellery for unique women. For women who are not afraid to stand out and know what they want.
Two persons demarked by one generation, different in experiences, but perfectly fit in one creative symbiosis. Love to design, respect to nature and high quality cosmetic products with our personal envoi. SMYSSLY, the message, the mission.
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It’s for LITTLE ONES and GROWN UPS AS WELL, is inspired by CHILDREN’S FANTASY and the ability to SEE the UNSEEN.
It is about breathing life into COLORS and SHAPES, a search for PERSPECTIVES, the birth of NEW WORLDS. It is a PAINTING and SCULPTURE, it is ZEN, NOW and THEN, it is a LANDMARK and a LANDSCAPE, it is a STEAMSHIP and a SPACESHIP.
It’s TOTEMO. It’s simply the furthest limit of your fantasy. And by the way, it’s a BUILDING SET.
Thanks to its great tradition in Bohemia, porcelain and glass are an inexhaustible inspiration. Concrete is then the material that brings tradition into the present.
Their products are primarily intended for the interior.
By combining traditional Czech glass and porcelain with concrete, they go well in contemporary architecture as well as in historicizing interiors. The minimalist geometric blocks of concrete contain within the beauty of typical Czech shapes.
She studied graphic design and so there is a lot of simple line symbols in her work. Proud owner of Japanes Akita-inu Kira. You coud see her works in the Nika gallery, Artdistrict Vyšehrad, MATMOS, the Passage of Czech Design, but also at events such as Katarze or Designblok.
It started out innocently, as the thesis of a product design student and one of today’s leading Czech designers, Anna Maresova, who decided to create products that women would love and could indulge in.
In 2006 he graduated from the Tomas Bata University in Zlín, where he studied Industrial Design, both in the Czech Republic. He also studied Product Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland.