Of all the materials that man has used for his home, the terracotta is the oldest. It contains the experience of historical memory. The past is the present and it influences the way we look at the future. The signs left by the hands of artisans, during the manufacturing of raw bricks, are initials that tell stories, hand down ethics and enhance aesthetics, with a gesture that still excites, materializing feelings that you will feel touching or walking barefoot.
Less is more: reduce oxygen while firing the terracotta, let the carbon particles of the smoke penetrate the body of the objects being fired, and get the black bucchero, an ancient Etruscan opacity illuminated by subtle hints of silver. This can only be done through a process of oxygen reduction. Adding is not always necessary for improvement.
The circle is a symbol of perfection, of the eternal return, of the cycle of life. Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed, in an endless circular dance. It expresses its highest potential in combination with the star, creating hypnotic geometries in a constant motion of tension and resolution.