Studio was founded in 1993 on the initiative of Urmas Puhkan.
In the beginning of 1994 the studio moved into the Old Town of Tallinn, Pikk 33 and opened the first ceramics workshop-gallery of its kind in Estonia, where the visitors could see the ceramic products as well as their manufacturing process. The founder members continuing also in Pikk Street were Urmas Puhkan, Kärt Seppel and Külli Kõiv. Kadri Pärnamets joined the group in the same year and Aigi Orav in the next year, 1995.


Kolmeteistkümne vanalinnas veedetud aasta jooksul sai Asuurkeraamika stuudiost modernse keraamika teerajaja Eestis ja omalaadne kohtumispaik nii keraamikutele kui ka teiste kunstialade esindajatele. Tekkisid uued ideed ja algatati loomingulisi koostööprojekte. 2002.a tõi grupi tegevusse uut hingamist äsja kunstiakadeemia lõpetanud Lauri Kilusk.

In 2007 – 2009 Asuurkeraamika operated on temporary spaces in the building of ARS at the address Pärnu mnt.154, until the members decided to follow the recommendations provided by Tiina Mägi and turn the ancient Loewenschede Tower in the medieval city wall into a ceramics centre.

In September 2009 Asuurkeraamika studio reopened its doors in the Old Town at Kooli tn.7, now in the medieval tower.
In 2010 Liisa Pähk, who was completing the postgraduate study programme in EAA, joined the group.
Members of the group take actively part in the activities of the Estonian Ceramists Association, in the field of education in the department of ceramics of the Estonian Academy of Arts, as well as in the organization of Kohila International Ceramic Symposium.