Come Knocking
Architectural Details / Craft / Curator / Door Knockers / Doors / Everyday Objects / Indira Barve / London / Metal / Ornamentation / Photography / Traces of Life / Wood / Wrought Iron

Come Knocking

Door Knockers add character to any door, it is a feature that carries the characters of the culture and how you know on a door. Some countries don’t have door knockers, only door bolts, does that say anything about them, like minimalist or ‘use your hand or voice’ ? More Images here http://indirabarve.wix.com/the-design-act#!photography/cb6a Advertisements Continue reading

Treasure of Teapots – Meissen 1720 to 1760
Ceramics / Craft / Curating Design / Curator / design process / Everyday Objects / Indira Barve / Nature / Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen / Pottery / Teapots

Treasure of Teapots – Meissen 1720 to 1760

Tea pots are fascinating and complex form of pottery, the form can be experimented with to give a a variety of charming, and sometimes surprising results. In this series ‘Treasure of Teapots’ I will be sharing with you the tea pots I found at Rijks Museum, Amsterdam. All photographs are courtesy of Rijks Museum and … Continue reading

Development of Pottery – 1
Assyrian Civilisation / British Museum / Ceramics / Curating Design / Curator / design process / Development of Pottery -1 / Everyday Objects / Indira Barve / Museum / Photography / Pottery

Development of Pottery – 1

Recently British Museum celebrated its 260th birthday, and on the occasion it had sent out a tweet asking for ‘your favorite museum object’. The museum being one of my favorites places, also contains a lot of objects which I over the years love revisiting, hence it took me a while to decide which is my … Continue reading