Diablo Atelier

Behind Diablo stand Diana and Pablo.

As a Peruvian product & exhibition designer, Diana brings a practical approach to ceramics. She playfully combines material, shape and function to create small-scale collections to be loved and used every day.

Pablo is an explorer whose work ranges from tableware to decorative objects. His aesthetic fuses contemporary design with Peruvian complexity. Working and exploring techniques like hand throwing, slip casting, and mixed medias, Pablo's work is visually bold, yet elegant.


Lisa Kosak is a freelance translator and ceramist living and working in Berlin Germany.

Marilyne Blais Ceramics

Marilyne Blais is a creative director, designer, ceramist and overall artistic individual.

Originally from Northern Canada, she lived in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto, and NYC prior to relocating to Berlin nearly three years ago. Her functional ceramics’ graphic quality and vivid colors take influences from Californian mid-century design, the early internet, and tropical gardens among other things.


Explore the basics of throwing on the potter’s wheel with us during a 4-week class, from preparing the clay to glazing your pieces.The workshops run for 3 hours, maximum of 4 participants.

Our upcoming workshop dates:

- Mon. Apr. 29th til May.20th - 6.30pm to 9.30pm - with Pablo (english)
- Tue. May. 7th til May.28th - 7.00pm to 10.00pm - with Lisa (english)
- Wed. May. 8th til May.29th - 6.30pm to 9.30pm - with Diana (german)

WEEKS 1 AND 2: Introduction to material and technique — learn how to prepare the clay, center it on the wheel and throw bowls and cylinders with our guidance.

WEEK 3: Refine the pieces made during the previous classes before the first firing - master the rudiments of trimming and other alteration methods.

WEEK 4: Decorate your pieces - learn about glazes, experiment with applications and finalize your design before the final firing. All pieces will be ready to pick up two weeks later.

Price: 225€
Includes all materials and Firing fees
Clay can be messy, we recommend that you wear clothes you won't mind getting dirty.


Argile Studio
Warthestraße .68
12051 Berlin (Neukölln)

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