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KUTATA is a collection of four tiles which have a structured surface. Each tile has two sides, one carrying the positive and the other the negative of a woven pattern. One side is glazed and thus smooth, the other rough. The patterns of the four tiles are built on a grid, so that you can combine all tiles, it doesn’t matter which pattern and which side you choose or if you turn the tiles. This creates an enormous range of possibilities and ways to arrange your personal wall.

TILES pouring porcellain

As soon as the mould is dry the  tile production can start:

The first tile was pretty uneven, but after reducing the porcellain mass and changing the way of filling the mould it is looking much better.

TILES making moulds

The printed patterns are the template for building the first negative.

Making an imprint with silicone.

starting with the real moulds out of plaster:



The tiles will have two sides which show the positive and the negative of the woven structure.

One side will be glazed, the structure of the other one will help to put the tile on the wall.

TILES first step: patterns

I decided that I wanted to make a collection of tiles with imprints of woven structures. The different tiles should fit together in all directions and all patterns. Therefore I created a grid that was based on the first basic structure.

It was not possible to realise all the patterns so I chose a few.




Knitting and Porcellain – Berlin

I did some knitting to experiment in the porcellain workshop.

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First I dipped it into the liquid porcellain.

The structure can’t be seen really well because I knitted too tight.


Then I had the idea to do some imprints of the structure.

That worked much better and the results are interesting.

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