This is a unique collection of bowls whose both sides of the open top are formed in a beak shape. One is a convex beak and the other is concave one. The bowls can be lined up together by superimposing the beak parts.
The making technique of Tenmoku (天目) was brought from China during 12~13 century, and have been beloved by people due to its unique attraction. Time, which connects past with present, can never be stopped. The designer challenges to find out time nodes to show the making process of Tenmoku. This collection of ceramic bowls transformed this idea into pottery product, and consumers can feel the deep meaning of time when all five bowls are lined up.
We chose to underline five steps of the process by creating a collection of five bowls (the whole process endures about 1 month)
It is an innovative idea to combine round curve and rigid straight line in one item. With accurate length and angel, all five bowls can line up in a beautiful way.
Graduated with Architecture degree, then decided to focus on furniture and product design.
6 months working experience in Campana Studio, San Paulo.
Participated in the Objets Nomades collection of Louis Vuitton.
Nowadays, work as a freelance designer and artistic director.