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Our Studio

Argile Studio is a Ceramic Collective situated in the heart of Neukölln, Berlin. Our storefront studio functions as both a shared workspace and a learning place.

The amenities the studio has to offer include four electric wheels, a few handbuilding tables, one extruder, an electric kiln, plenty of clay, glazes and tools.

We offer monthly classes and regularly host speciality workshops with visiting artists.

Visit the classes & workshops and special events sections of our website to learn more about our program. Don’t hesitate to contact us about workshop ideas and possible collaborations!


Our Members

 
HELKA  Lisa is the hands and mind behind Helka ceramics.  Translator by day, she took to ceramics when she landed in Berlin and hasn't stopped since. The shapes and colours of her pieces are inspired by the simplicity of nature.

HELKA

Lisa is the hands and mind behind Helka ceramics.

Translator by day, she took to ceramics when she landed in Berlin and hasn't stopped since. The shapes and colours of her pieces are inspired by the simplicity of nature.

MARILYNE BLAIS CERAMICS  Marilyne Blais is a creative director, designer, ceramist and overall artistic individual.  Originally from Northern Canada, she lived in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto, and NYC prior to relocating to Berlin nearly three years ago. Her functional ceramics’ graphic quality and vivid colors take influences from Californian mid-century design, the early internet, and tropical gardens among other things.

MARILYNE BLAIS CERAMICS

Marilyne Blais is a creative director, designer, ceramist and overall artistic individual.

Originally from Northern Canada, she lived in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto, and NYC prior to relocating to Berlin nearly three years ago. Her functional ceramics’ graphic quality and vivid colors take influences from Californian mid-century design, the early internet, and tropical gardens among other things.


DIABLO  Behind Diablo stand Diana and Pablo.   As a Peruvian product & exhibition designer, Diana brings a practical approach to ceramics. She playfully combines material, shape and function to create small-scale collections to be loved and used every day.  Pablo is an explorer whose work ranges from tableware to decorative objects. His aesthetic fuses contemporary design with Peruvian complexity. Working and exploring techniques like hand throwing, slip casting, and mixed medias, Pablo's work is visually bold, yet elegant.

DIABLO

Behind Diablo stand Diana and Pablo.

As a Peruvian product & exhibition designer, Diana brings a practical approach to ceramics. She playfully combines material, shape and function to create small-scale collections to be loved and used every day.

Pablo is an explorer whose work ranges from tableware to decorative objects. His aesthetic fuses contemporary design with Peruvian complexity. Working and exploring techniques like hand throwing, slip casting, and mixed medias, Pablo's work is visually bold, yet elegant.