Porcepolis is also a platform for exchanges between porcelain practitioners and other creative practitioners.

Are you an artist or designer, and you wish to work with porcelain in an specific project? We will be happy to assist you in putting our expertise and our space at your disposal.

You are a ceramist and currently in search for workspace? Enjoy our facilities against a participation fee for the duration that suits you!

Benefits for creators affiliates are multiple:

• Access to equipment and raw materials in the studio.

• A healthy workspace, where chemicals are used responsibly.

• The ability to work in groups.

• A creative working atmosphere, free, dynamic and rewarding, thanks to contact with other creators.

Interested ? Send us an e-mail to find out more :


Currently at Porcepolis :

Eve Vaucheret graduated Master in Visual Arts and specialized in ceramics at ENSAV La Cambre . She taught ceramics in various Academies of Fine Arts, such as Charleroi Tamines and Anderlecht . Specialized in creating porcelain, she now devotes to her creative work and the direction of porcelain PORCEPOLIS studio in Brussels.The quality of her work is now reknown in Blegium, and she has prestigious clients, shcu as the protocol of the House of Representatives of Belgium.

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Frédérique Ficheroulle studied Interior Architecture & Design at the College of Advertising & Design in Brussels where she discovers the conception of objects and with it the exploration of materials and their possibilities. Starting as a freelance product designer in 2013, her approach is human and poetic while keeping a good eye on function and project request.

The residency at the Studio Porcepolis was a way of exploring the material and discover the properties, tools, finishings and all amazing surprises porcelain can offer.
Her porcelain project, the ‘moodcups’ collection was presented at the Salone Satellite for the Salone del Mobile 2015 in Milan, represented by WBDM and Belgium is Design.

IMG_3701Mathilde Pagnier graduated in Urban Space in ENSAV La Cambre where she explores the world of artists’ books and publishing and micro social ties woven between the artist, the space and the city.
Resident of the workshop Make-work / The shop in Toronto, she learns the various techniques of ceramics and manufactures of porcelain and stoneware. Seduced by the translucent properties of porcelain, fineness, whiteness, Mathilde focuses specifically on the production by casting porcelain pieces. Functional or sculptural, unique pieces or very small series, these objects are always poetic, sometimes with a touch of humor.
The residency at Porcepolis is for Mathilde a way to deepen her knowledge of porcelain, to experiment more with the shape and to go further in the technical exploration of matter.



Previous residents :

Toufan Hosseiny graduated from ENSAV La Cambre in FASHION and GRAPHIC DESIGN. As a versatile designer, she mixes graphic  and fashion by using a wide diversity of material. Her particular graphic universe is made of monsters and other extraodinary creatures. She also creates under the name AH, producing contemporary art and accessories. She now lives and works in London.

Karien Evers was born in the Netherlands and lives in Brussels. Curious to understand the world around her, she weaves paths between ceramics, painting and sculpture, between her own artistic research and animation courses and creative workshops . She holds a degree in art therapy and specialized in plastic arts ( 1997 HAN , The Netherlands ), and further she studied ceramic art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Anderlecht . Karien Evers gives many workshops of artistic expression in Brussels, Paris and Germany.




Marie -Andrée Roberge is a ceramist graduated from the House of Art Crafts, Quebec . She designs and manufactures functional and decorative objects decorated by various techniques of image transfer on clay. Originally from Quebec, she interned at Studio Porcepolis for 5 months of exploration in porcelain in 2013, and now continues her research in Ireland.


Polloniato Paolo was born in 1979 in Nove, a small town located between Vicenza and Venice, famous for its production of ceramics.
For nine generations, his family has been related to the art of painting and modeling Italian artistic ceramics . He attended the School of Fine Arts of Venice, and graduated in 2007. His artistic career has been very varied, ranging from painting to installations, photography to ceramics . Since 2008, ceramics became his main research. He lives and works in Italy.