Cassie Hansen

Cassie Hansen took her first beginner’s pottery course just three years ago. For the last seven years Cassie has been the editor of Artichoke, an interior design and architecture magazine, where she still works a few days a week. The rest of her time she spends in her studio in Kyneton, working on refining the style of her elegant, functional vessels.

It’s easy to see the influences she’s absorbed from all those years of covering excellent architecture, elements of which she translates brilliantly to her pieces.

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A collection of vessels, inspired by architectural forms. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Artichoke magazine editor and passionate ceramicist Cassie Hansen in her Kyneton studio. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Vessels by Lucy Tolan. Photo – Shelley Horan. Art Direction + Styling by Mildred & Duck. Tiled plinths by Occasional Pieces.

Vessels by Lucy Tolan. Photo – Shelley Horan. Art Direction + Styling by Mildred & Duck. Tiled plinths by Occasional Pieces.

Vessels by Lucy Tolan. Photo – Shelley Horan. Art Direction + Styling by Mildred & Duck. Tiled plinths by Occasional Pieces.

Dinzi Amobi left behind her law career to pursue design, and started Ulo from her kitchen table! Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Dinzi uses wax fabrics to create her designs, the staple fabric of the African continent. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Inside the Preston studio of ceramicist Ella Reweti. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Ella unstacking the kiln in her studio. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Ella’s soft, ridged vases and planters are her signature form! Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Lucas Wearne, the maker behind Neighbourhood Studio. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Lighting and sculptures made from Australian limestone, by Lucas Wearne of Neighbourhood Studio. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Neighbourhood Studio on show! Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

Left: The J7 Daybed by James Howe. Photo – James Howe. Right: The J5 Cabinet by James Howe. Photo – Peter Ryle.

A range of crinkly vessels from Softedge. Photo – Layla Cluer.

The ‘Ewer’ vase by Softedge. Photo – Layla Cluer.

Georgie Brunmayr, founder of Curio Practice. Photo – Amelia Stanwix for The Design Files.

A Curio Practice blanket in the Cherry colourway. Photo – courtesy of Curio Practice.

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