The inspiration for the jug came from trying to find permanence in the impermanent through the idea of copying an industrially produced form and recreating it with hand crafted forms. In this case, the jugs that come with irons was a central starting point. The thin form functions as easy to hold but also fits in the extra space around the iron. This form works in the favour of the design, as this

thin form allows the jug to be packed in an efficient and space saving way with no waste in space for transport. This form not only is functional but gives the jug character and life beyond a jug for an iron.

Above : Photos by Bruno Rondinelli
Middle and below : Colours in dark grey and oatmeal