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Form & Origin 日本 collection shows different types of vessels. Divided in two categories, a series of jars adapting Haji ware forms (3th century), and a set of containers inspired by the Natsume traditional tea caddy, used in the Chado <Tea Ceremony>.

The first ceramics ever made, where those to contain water and preserve food. Inspired by those original forms and function these pieces where conceived.

This work is a collaboration with potters from Tokoname, Kyoto and Fukuoka, each of them with a different intervention. A mix of materials and techniques is used for manufacturing this objects.

All products are handmade in Japan, and are a limited edition.

 

FORM & ORIGIN
Kyoto Institute of Technology 2014

 
  Water vessels series   Stoneware and ashglaze Tokoname, Japan 2014

Water vessels series
Stoneware and ashglaze
Tokoname, Japan 2014

 
 
 
  Water jar and filter   Stoneware and ashglaze Tokoname, Japan 2014

Water jar and filter
Stoneware and ashglaze
Tokoname, Japan 2014

 
  Containers series   Porcelain and Ku Kamo glaze Kyoto, Japan 2014

Containers series
Porcelain and Ku Kamo glaze
Kyoto, Japan 2014

 
  Water vessels series   Stonware and Ku Kamo glaze Kyoto, Japan 2014

Water vessels series
Stonware and Ku Kamo glaze
Kyoto, Japan 2014

 
  Form &amp; Origin  日本  Stonware and Porcelain with Ku Kamo glaze Kyoto, Japan 2014

Form & Origin 日本
Stonware and Porcelain with Ku Kamo glaze
Kyoto, Japan 2014