Each handmade piece in the collection develops over time as the metal oxidises – causing the colour and texture to change.
These include larger pots and planters, as well as a set of minimal clocks made from 12 wedges joined together to represent each hour of the day.
While continuing to work with steel and brass, Prin has also experimented with copper, which gives a blue and green tinge to the pieces over time.
The designer collected the metal particles from locksmith and metalworking shops near her studio, in an effort to find a new use for leftover materials.
"Each time I go to my studio I'm excited to see the objects' changing textures," said Prin. "It's like each one of them was alive and slowly mutating with time."
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Other homeware highlights of this year's festival include a collection of vessels made from sponge, foam and porcelain; oxidised copper wallpaper; and a circus-themed collection of tableware.