Like our rugs, your range is very much driven by the materials and the techniques. What have you been experimenting with lately?
We’re always experimenting with glaze, and thus color. We see glaze as something far deeper than what’s on the surface. It’s about the way the glaze and clay interact and the depth, texture, and feeling that’s achieved when they do. In our Winter Collection, which recently launched, we played with bright and dim glazes, as well as gradation that signifies the transition we’re all feeling right now. We call this work “the Season of Love and Hope”.
Do you have any tips for the interior enthusiast on building a collection, whether it be ceramics or something else?
The most important tip, when collecting anything, is to follow your heart. Once you fall in love with an object or piece of art or design, you can dig into its history. Who is the artist? How is the product made? What does it stand for? If you’re fully passionate about it, then you can build your collection around it.
Passion is enough to bring together a collection. It does not need to be a certain style or era or color or pattern (although you may be drawn to one of these). Everything comes together when it’s loved by the same person. That’s enough of a thread to build upon.