“Mateus meets Sam Baron meets Yatzer” marks the celebration of Mateus’ twenty-fifth anniversary. Mateus is a brand that designs and executes beautifully hand-crafted ceramic tableware and with this collection, the brand intends to do a tribute to the company’s origin.
This new collection is a form of demonstration of Mateus’ fascination for one of the world’s oldest craftsmanships as well as the brand’s history of creative collaborations with talented international artists and designers.
In 1993, Teresa Mateus Lundahl founded Mateus due to her will to make the dining room area a more inviting place for people. Born and raised in Portugal and later on married to a Swedish man, Lundhal combined both countries’ culture and design and reinvented the idea of tableware ever since.
“Mateus meets Sam Baron meets Yatzer” took more than a year and a half to be completed and combined many forces from the world of the design. It was designed in collaboration with French award-winning designer Sam Baron and yatzer’s founder Costas Voyatzis.
Designed as a tribute to one of the world’s oldest craftsmanship and to the company’s origins, this ceramic collection’s exclusive design enhances the cleanest lines and draws one back to the pre-historic times.
Meticulously hand-crafted and hand-painted, each one of Mateus’ collections is truly a product of multicultural inspirations. Each ceramic piece is unique, like no other. Entirely manufactured from Portuguese clay, this new collection consists of four pieces: a plate, a vase, a bowl, and a cup. Earthy tones make this collection’s aesthetic outshine and its stylistically pure design will give life to the dining room.
“There’s a story behind everything. For me, it’s about passion for the set table. It’s a love story that will undoubtedly last forever.”
Teresa Mateus Lundhal
“Mateus meets Sam Baron meets Yatzer” just like Mateus’ other ceramic collections is easy to combine and give you the fun opportunity of mixing all of their collections to create a colorful and exciting dining room table.