Ceramic Japan’s porcelain Aroma Card Diffuser is one of those brilliantly simple ideas. An unusual essential oil diffuser the size of a credit card, its white tablet sits on a wooden stand like a tiny minimalist artwork. It’s so compact, you can place it anywhere in any room. Just add a few drops of aroma oil, or a spray of your favorite perfume, and the porcelain absorbs the scent to gently release it into the room.
This may be a simple idea, but we just love the beauty and texture of artisanship. Velvety porcelain, with perfectly rounded corners, with a smooth wooden base, designed to showcase its natural grain.
Ceramic Japan brings together contemporary designers with traditional ceramists in Seto, Aichi Prefecture, a region with a history of porcelain dating back to the 8th century. Porcelain clay is still sourced from the prefecture’s mountainous landscape and was originally fired using timber from local woodland. Artisans today use age-old techniques, now refined to perfection by modern equipment, making Ceramic Japan’s minimalist products a combination of innovative design and traditional craftsmanship.
Designed by Ikuko Nakazawa Porcelain Height 6 cm x Width 6 cm x Depth (of wooden base) 5.5 cm