Studio Christine Jetten processes harmful particulate matter in circular construction ceramics, which yield sustainable, aesthetic and ethical products and that is a worldwide novelty.
The mission stays to add material possibilities to the palet of the architect.
With Clean Air City Ceramics, a circular high-quality new application has been found for the powdery residual waste, in unique and highly aesthetic architectural glazes for building ceramics.
Processing the particulate matter in construction ceramics is a special form of circular use of 'residual flows' from a major social problem. It leads to an aesthetically and ethically effective way to complete the circle.
In recent years, pioneering and experimental approach has not only led to new typologies in ceramic building materials, but also to a circular breakthrough, resulting from fundamental research. The first circular tile production has been achieved together with partners ENS Clean Air Solutions and Dijkstra Friese Kleiwarenfabriek.