‘Ceramic’ comes from the Greek word meaning ‘pottery’. The clay-based domestic wares, art objects and building products are familiar to us all, but pottery is just one part of the ceramic world.
Nowadays the term ‘ceramic’ has a more expansive meaning and includes materials like glass, advanced ceramics and some cement systems as well. Today in our blog we will be seeing some great collection available with Spacio from the brand Gardeco on Cores De Terra collection.
A gist on the collection
Cores De Terra means “Colours of the earth” in Portuguese. Brazilian designer Selma Calheira opened her studio in this name at the age of 38. For years, she experimented and explored the possibilities of clay and painting. She organised workshops, events and meetings with other artists. The name begins to Selma’s greatest advantage in dirt and her unending investigation into natural pigments. This trademark is loaded up with workmanship and humankind and was worked by Selma along her entire life. From the earliest starting point, Selma deliberately hoped to enlist financially impeded men, ladies and young people from humble roots who she quietly arranged and professionalized as profoundly qualified ceramists. Her adventure has brought about an incredibly successful venture which has carried phenomenal accomplishment to the rustic economy of Bahia, Brazil.
These Cherries looks extremely artistic sitting pretty in coffee tables, dining tables or consoles.
Adorning the corner of a shelf the Negritas has to be the centre of attention and a conversation starter.
Sleek, smart and clean lines defines this collection of ceramic wonders. Can be stacked together to create story.
You will often get confused with its authenticity. Looks very real, this can be the hero on a coffee or console table.
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