Each piece is unique.
And tell a different story.
A story made of inspiration and perspiration.
In the heart of Europe, in Germany, large
clay rocks. Trucks come and go, cranes carve.
Blocks of earth, aged by the passage of time and transformed into clay.
Clay colored by natural oxides. By processes of nature.
Natural material, clay combines one or more minerals with possible traces of metal. Oxides, organic matter and water trapped in the mineral structure.
Depending on the nature of the soil on which it is located, the clay can appear in various colors; from white, gray or brown to deep orange red.