Made in a small studio in Berlin, every piece starts from a large block of porcelain or stoneware. The clay is wedged, rolled out and cut out. Wallpaper and stamps become tools to give each piece depth and texture.
After the first kiln firing, a lead-free glaze is applied to each piece and the pieces go into the kiln again, this time with temperatures that reach up to 1260°C. It is then once more, removed from the kiln to be further worked upon.
Every time another layer is added onto a piece, it goes back into the kiln, so that in the end, a piece can be fired up to four or five times.
Through the multiple firings, every piece is made to withstand the test of time. Homewares are dishwasher safe and jewelry, if handled with care should last a lifetime. And because each piece is individually hand-crafted, each piece shows the mark of the hand and is therefore one of a kind.