Design Anthology

The Maker’s Touch

MORNING

very morning, Yeow Seng Cheah arrives as early as seven-thirty to open his pottery shop and studio, A Touch of Clay, in the Kuala Lumpur district of Segambut. ‘I normally start the workday by cleaning up the space and preparing the clay,’ Cheah says. Having taught pottery at

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