As if the ceramic was made of paper. The tiled stove of the Direktorenhaus in Berlin, adorned in crumpled paper.
The Direktorenhaus in Berlin is an exhibition space with a very special aura. A cultural think-tank, where the works of young artists reflect the Zeitgeist, trigger political debates and exude unexpected synergies. The perfect place for a new ceramic discovery.
The special exhibit is situated on the 2nd floor of the museum. A tiled stove, adorned with a ceramic shell with a certain dimensionality which puts visitors in mind of a crumpled sheet of paper: CRUMPLED PAPER. To fold the ceramic, as it were, designer Kai Linke spent a year collaborating with our manufacturing team to develop this inspiring DIN format tile. The permanent process of creative and manual crafting cooperation produced a ceramic eyecatcher which has been presented to the public at the art and culture center in Berlin since 2012.