Zen + Clay represents a distinctly eastern aesthetic perspective. This faithfully curated and exclusive collection of ceramic tilework has been personally selected from the finest tilemakers in Japan.
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“Hana” means “flower”, and “mi” means “to look.” “Hanami” refers to the Japanese flower viewing tradition, celebrating the cherry blossoms and the coming of Spring.
The Hanami series offers designers an exceptionally versatile system of refined, unglazed stoneware mosaics in 6 classic patterns, organized in cool or warm color groups in gradients of intensity.
Enhance your project with the soothing textures, natural hues, classic patterns and superb craftsmanship of Hanami mosaics.
Our Henro series of unglazed porcelain mosaics is characterized by classic patterns in one-, two-, and three-color combinations. Consider a classic basket weave, a weave lattice, or a cube lattice pattern for your next flooring option.
The Miyabi series is offered in a variety of format options, including mosaics, squares, subway field tiles, and a glaze color range that evoke nature and natural surfaces. Miyabi offers thick, rustic glazes on a porcelain tile body; tile edges torn to defy the rigid grout lines of conventional tilework; and organically distressed surfaces that beg to be touched.
“Hana” means “flower,” and “kago” means “basket.” Hanakago refers to the traditional art of weaving bamboo to create elaborate, sculptural flower baskets. The surface texture of the tile reflects this aesthetic. The pillowed porcelain body allows the glaze to pool, resulting in unique variation and depth of color.
Literally meaning “textile” in Japanese, Orimono evokes the rustic nature and delicate textures of woven tatami mats and traditional fabric. A quiet elegance to suit any style.
Geometric patterns reinterpreting elements of nature or forms from everyday life have been central to the Japanese aesthetic.
Yotsume reflects a traditional pattern demonstrating the artistic ability to express form to a high degree of purity and simplicity.
The ensō symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and mu (the void). It is characterised by a minimalism born of Japanese aesthetics. Drawing ensō is a disciplined-creative practice of Japanese ink painting, sumi-e.
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