Using a specific installation method, unbaked porcelain is first etched using a gas burner’s flame, causing various layers within the object to burst. This creates a unique, erosion-like texture that’s often found on planets. Furthermore, changing the distance between the porcelain and the flame, as well as its speed, results in more variations in texture.
Then, they mix up different glaze techniques, resulting in a sharp contrast between color and texture. Its elegant, elevated shape combined with the raw, gritty texture creates an object that’s one of a kind. The collection consists of cups, pots, and bowls and is a collaboration with Cor Unum Ceramics studio.
Watch the process: