A little about Lars
Soendergaard Design was set up in 1995 by Danish born potter Lars P.Soendergaard Gregersen
Lars trained as a production thrower at the Danish studio pottery Brangstrup Stoneware. After graduating Lars worked for several potteries in Denmark as a potter and designer
In 1993, Lars moved to London to work as a production manager in a company making ceramic tabletops.
Lars works within the Scandinavian tradition of design and function. All designs are handthrown by Lars on the wheel in finest English porcelain, handles are hand pulled and all pots are fired by the craftsman himself.
In 2000, Lars moved to rural Suffolk.
Soendergaard Design has exhibited at the Chelsea Crafts Fair and trade shows several times and sells its products all over the world. The past and current client list includes; Heal's, The Conran Shop, Le Bon Marche', Designers Guild, Nicole Farhi Home Collection, David Mellor Design, Toast , EE Home The Hamptons NY, The Cloth Shop etc.
In recent years several restaurants around the UK and internationally have commissioned exclusive designs incl Gordon Ramsey.
Odette is one of my core designs and is sold all over the world. In the UK David Mellor Design has been the main stockist for several years.
Blue line has a 50's retro feel of creamware.
This design is slowly becoming a classic of mine. It has been a clear favourite for wedding lists for the last few years.
It fits perfectly the minimalist lifestyle and is, in my view, timeless
Eve is created to complement the existing designs.
The wax resist is unglazed and adds a slightly more rustic feel
kurve colours shown; white , pale blue , denim
This range is one of my signature designs. Kurve means basket in Danish. Each bowl is thrown and then altered when green and the holes cut out when dry. A fairly complicated but rewarding process. They are intended for use as salad or serving bowls or just as pleasing accessories for the home
The bowls are shown in pale blue and matte white.The kurve vases are great with or without flowers, they have a sculptural feel.
dip Now available in limited range from; The Cloth Shop, London
Dip tableware range was created for the Nicole Farhi Home Collection and has been a source of inspiration for several makers and designers. The dips adds an interesting organic feel.
Dip has evolved over the years and become increasingly extensive.
Lace was originally designed for Designers Guild
The pinched edges were inspired by designs from Royal Copenhagen