SkandiHus art classes in London
SkandiHus art classes in London

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SkandiHus

4 reviews
4 reviews

SkandiHus was founded by the Danish ceramicist, Stine Dulong, who works and lives in London. When Stine is not busy making her own designs, she teaches classes from her studio in De Beauvoir in Hackney.

The SkandiHus brand is inspired by a love for Scandinavian design in which beauty is radiated through light colours, the ample use of natural materials, minimalism and functionality. Like many Scandinavian designers before her, Stine believes that quality design should be affordable, stylish and relevant to the modern human being by providing minimal distraction and maximum functionality and beauty.

Stine both throws and hand-builds her pieces. It is very important to her to minimise her impact on the world in which she lives, so she reuses materials whenever possible and many of her pieces are made from reclaimed waste clay from her students and fellow studio members.

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Pottery And Mosaics

Reviews(4)

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Kiara
27 Aug
Where to begin! This studio is incredible! Such a wonderful and warm vibe run by the loveliest people! Everyone is so nice and they’re all really great teachers. The group setting is a warm and friendly community and making with clay is truly healing. No matter the course or studio (they have 2 and they’re both gorgeous) you can’t go wrong and you’ll wish you started long ago! My favourite is Stine who owns the studio (and is an incredible artist! Her work is inspirational) but I know the whole team is awesome.
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Laura DH
28 Aug
We learnt hand building, slab building and throwing. Teaching is weighted towards the beginning of the sessions and as the weeks go on you have more and more time to make whatever you'd like with the teacher there to answer questions. The class was always a lovely part of my week that I'd look forward to.
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Ana Bernardo
3 Sep
I am currently attending a 12 week pottery course and I am loving it. Our teacher is great and we are learning different techniques and given plenty of time to work on our own projects. The studio has everything we need to learn pottery and the environment is really friendly and relaxed.
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James
3 Sep
What an amazing taster this is. 2.5 hours that absolutely flew by. This is the first time since school I've done anything like this....and I LOVED IT. Such an amazing venue, in deepest darkest Hackney, tucked away just round the corner from the terrific cafe and restaurant (and pubs) on the (romantically named) A107. Started my morning with a coffee from the black Cat Cafe, headed to a pottery class and then off to lunch - perfect Sunday? Yes, yes it was. The teacher was welcoming, funny and oh so talented. We were cared for guided and encouraged to create something that we felt comfortable creating. I made a cup! (I think...). Will be back here for the 12 week course with absolute bells on.