CLAYGROUND: A CO-WORKING SPACE FOR CERAMICISTS — FUN INCLUDED

CLAYGROUND: A CO-WORKING SPACE FOR CERAMICISTS — FUN INCLUDED

Caitlin Delphine spent four years getting her hands dirty in her Stockholm apartment, all in aid of her passion: ceramics. After moving to Berlin, her and her partner Jonas Klock started Clayground, a membership studio that provides a co-working space for ceramicists. Jonas (the architect known as Accidental Concrete – you may recognize him from our very first Cee Cee Lessons) designed the studio, which has the look of a worn painter’s apron – textured, muted browns and blues, with light dust from a day’s work. Designed for committed hobbyists and established ceramicists alike, members often consult each other, sharing information and glazing tips. Here you can play and learn, day or night, in an un-crowded space. If you’re hoping to further your ceramic craft you can apply to be a member on their website (subject to availability). Still learning the ropes? Check out the upcoming workshops run in-house by Brsg. (Text: Scarlett Peeters / Photos: Constantin Gerlach)

Clayground, Danneckerstr.7, 10245 Berlin–Friedrichshain; map
Apply to join online.
@claygroundberlin
@accidentalconcrete

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