Ori by Ronan Bouroullec

A long, slender tile with a slightly raised top shaped like a dogleg, made using a manufacturing technique called extrusion. The kiln glaze gives each tile a tasteful look. If there are walls with so-called regular tiles or walls with art like mosaics or reliefs, “Ori” is right in the middle. This tile is purely intended to express the “beauty of ceramics”.
The airy softness of Ori, which is pasted like a textile weave, creates movement on a hard, flat wall.

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SOSEI by Ronan Bouroullec

Ronan Bouroullec created a series of vase-like objects whose parts are made using the special method of clay extrusion typical for the tile production in Tajimi. Geometrical elements are attached to a cylindrical body to create compositions of geometric forms and colors and glazes. The harmonising, deep colours of the typically Japanese glazes stand are a tribute to the beauty of Japanese ceramics.