“The Rocking teapot depicts simplicity and intuition in its aesthetic lines, with a patent lightness of touch.
The visual language has been reduced in a way that leaves the object breathe and tell a story based on its interaction with the user. The peculiar 'un-styled' appearance is a sheer initial cue to its broader meaning, as it is the personal experiences and emotional meanings what completes the image of the object.
The action of serving and drinking tea is a ritual in many countries and has important connotations of union and experience. It was through observation that I realised that older users have difficulties carrying, lifting and pouring liquids. Many have no choice but to ask somebody else to pour the drinks, feeling dependency.”
The materials are fine porcelain and natural beech.