The studio was the first one to give the CoBrA-artists the opportunity to realize their designs in brightly coloured ceramics. The concoction and application of the glaze colours, at the time still unusual, developed into one of the studioís specialisms. In the course of the years it was found that as far away as Japan there is an interest in the realization of monumental and autonomous ceramics by this studio. Up till now the studio has collaborated with about two hundred national and international artists. With some pride we conclude that this has resulted in about a thousand successful monumental commissions.
Clay may well be regarded as one of the oldest means of expression known to man. Ever more contemporary visual artists engage in ceramics. Apart from the three-dimensional aspect the malleability of clay proves to be an attractive phenomenon. By the application of glazes a form can be realised in the most sensitive colours. Unlike paint ceramics donít lose colour. It is washable and only slightly dependent on climatological conditions. Ceramics possess a natural perpetual value. Through the improvement of the sorts of clay and because of he fact that the present kilns make it possible to stoke with high temperature, ceramics are no more vulnerable than other materials.