The Berber Vase series is inspired by Jojo Corväiá’s studies on Moroccan pottery. Due to the scarcity of water, some of north African pottery are designed especially to collect the rain. These are rather large pieces that keep narrowing as they go up,
but then grow abruptly wide in the neck to maximize the collection of water.
These ceramics are both practical and poetic, in equal measures.

Jojo Corväiá is a Berlin-based Venezuelan contemporary artist who creates unique organic-looking ceramic artworks made of volcanic ash and other raw materials. Over the years, the artist has also experimented with bronze to create highly textured and oxidised vessels. Through both his clay and bronze work he intends to reflect his essence and uncover nature’s phenomena and geological formations.

Unique pieces

Price upon request


Terracotta clay


L: Ø33 x H45 cm - 7.4 kg

M: Ø50 x W38 x H25cm - 8.9 kg

Terracotta and shades of grey/ brown tones