Terracotta

Terracotta

Terracotta is an earthy ceramic that has been produced since the Old Stone Age, at least 29,000 years ago. Latin for "baked earth", Terracotta is based on coarse, porous clay, which is moulded into shape and fired in a kiln at around 1000°C until hard.

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In Residence: Michele Oka Doner

In Residence: Michele Oka Doner

For the latest In Residence the Miami Beach native opens her home, where we see gold, bronze, clay, wood, wax and paper—the earth’s raw materials—which form the foundation of her art.

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Kosa collection by Ian Felton

Kosa collection by Ian Felton

New York-based designer Ian Felton utilizes an anthropological approach in his practice, exploring how ancient cultures and historical research can be used to inform design....

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Cabanes des Grands Cepages

Cabanes des Grands Cepages

Lac de la Lionne (Châteauneuf-du-Pape). Located on the fishing reserve of Lac de la Lionne, in the south-east of France, a series of wooden buildings...

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The North Sketch Sequence

The North Sketch Sequence

The North Sketch Sequence is a ground-breaking fusion of science and
architecture created by ceramist Jacob van der Beugel.

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Tiny Hut by MUJI

Tiny Hut by MUJI

The tiny house movement gainsever-more traction. While some get off on having all the latest and greatest products, more people than ever try to do...

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Inside James Jean’s Live

Inside James Jean’s Live

Located close to Little Osaka in Los Angeles, California, this minimalist abode was originally created by Frank Gehry.

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The 620 Chair Programme.

The 620 Chair Programme.

Rams’s furniture was based on pure system thinking.

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studioMDA

studioMDA

Architectural spaces for cultural exchange set the stage for our art-viewing experiences.

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