Soho is an ‘affordable, contemporary’ ceramic homewares range launching this week by Portmeirion. Designed by Queensberry Hunt, Soho is the manufacturer’s first full collection of tableware to be created in the past five years. Conceived in plain white, the collection is available in two colour patterns: the blue and red, Morse Code-inspired M-Code, and Nightline, a black line signature pattern. The collaboration is the result of the Design Council’s 2002 Design Led Business 24/7 project, which puts designers in the board room.
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