Scot Laughton

Scot Laughton has his own design studio now based in Hong Kong - designing furniture and products for the residential and contract market. His clients include Keilhauer, Avenue Road, Lolah, Nienkamper, Teknion and Umbra. Laughton’s work has won many awards – including the 2002 Editors Award for Best Furniture for Lolah’s debut collection at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City and he was named Designer of the Year (2003) by the Interior Design Show, Canada. The Royal Ontario Museum and the Design Exchange in Toronto have acquired his work for their permanent collections. Laughton has taught at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto and has conducted workshops at the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum in New York City and other venues throughout North America. He is now a part-time lecturer at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design.

“This is my first project working with bone china. Developing the Bloom vase for Lian by Asianera has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience. As a participant in their artist-in-residence program, I was exposed to process and techniques in producing fine bone china objects and I had the pleasure working with and learning from their very skilled artisans and hand-painters.”

Bloom Vase

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