Stoneware Sculpture is one of those accessories capable of combining craftsmanship and formal balance, adding the rationality of Japanese interior design anywhere; beautiful to look at, it’s a useful coffee table or an art side table. This sculpture was created using the Iwami-yaki techniques from the Iwami region in the Shimane Prefecture, an area famous for producing durable crockery. The unique technique of Iwami-yaki, called Shinozukuri, is ideal for creating large products; the craftsman pulls strips of shino-zukuri clay, then stacks it in circles using his whole body while turning the potter’s wheel. It takes great strength and skill to quickly shape the clay without hesitation. Each ceramic sculpture is different, with a unique personality and presence. The transparent glazing, which reveals the original colour of the clay, reveals the simplicity and texture of the material, managing to fit discreetly into any space. Clay is a semi-porcelain that has the characteristics of both porcelain and ceramics: it’s hard and resistant to moisture, hence, it’s possible to keep objects outdoors such as the garden or balcony.