The fruit of the earth, strong and durable, with a rich history that summons nostalgic memories and, above all, with a myriad of uses. Clay.

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Scotch Club suspension lamp, Marset, www.marset.com
Scotch Club suspension lamp, Marset, www.marset.com
Doppi Coppi lamp, FID, www.cargocollective.com
Doppi Coppi lamp, FID, www.cargocollective.com
 Elements floor clay lamp, Zero, www.zerolighting.com
Elements floor clay lamp, Zero, www.zerolighting.com
Faro free-standing fireplace, Rui Pereira, www.rui-pereira.com
Faro free-standing fireplace, Rui Pereira, www.rui-pereira.com
Terra.Cotto line of clay cookware, Sambonet, www.sambonet.it
Terra.Cotto line of clay cookware, Sambonet, www.sambonet.it
Fresh Bottle wine cooler, Eno studio, www.madeindesign.co.uk
Fresh Bottle wine cooler, Eno studio, www.madeindesign.co.uk
Scotch Club suspension lamp, Marset, www.marset.com
Scotch Club suspension lamp, Marset, www.marset.com

Clay is a natural material that has been used on a daily basis for centuries. It is ubiquitous, and is used in the building, food and cosmetics industries, as well as one of the most interesting materials in design industry as far as ecology goes.

Because it is entirely natural, it is ideal for passionate eco-consumers. With the proper design, it will combine new energy with contemporary style. Clay products are as wonderful in their natural tones as they are with soft pastel glazes. When combined with metal or wood detailing, you've got a recipe for a brilliant product. Make your home more natural and, the icing on the cake, treat yourself with a contemporary-designed clay object.

April 9, 2016 Living photo: Plugin magazine

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