KATHARINA ROTHE

Design student at Goldsmiths, University of London. I am a collector.
TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA, PHENOMENON CERAMIC TILES [2009]
"… in this collaboration with mutina, I have pondered in designing ceramic tiles, which express the textures of the material derived from nature. my intention is not to manipulate the appearance of nature, but to create a design, which stirs one’s heart and imagination and remains deep inside one’s memory. ‘phenomenon’ integrates small substances and produces both depth and expanse. various expressions, such as honeycomb, snow crystal, icicle, plant cells evoke one’s memory of the scenery in nature. the flooring series, ‘snow’, adopt the texture of japanese paper.”

TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA, PHENOMENON CERAMIC TILES [2009]

"… in this collaboration with mutina, I have pondered in designing ceramic tiles, which express the textures of the material derived from nature. my intention is not to manipulate the appearance of nature, but to create a design, which stirs one’s heart and imagination and remains deep inside one’s memory. ‘phenomenon’ integrates small substances and produces both depth and expanse. various expressions, such as honeycomb, snow crystal, icicle, plant cells evoke one’s memory of the scenery in nature. the flooring series, ‘snow’, adopt the texture of japanese paper.”

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