Sketches for SOYTUN

"An unexpected finding, or rather a present that the sea brought us. A vertebra of a tuna found in a walk along the shore of a beach in Cadiz. The shape of this fishbone fascinated us, a whole design of natural engineering. We patiently studied the architecture of the buttresses of the vertebra as well as the cones where are joined together the different parts of the fishbone. Through a complex interpretation, we arrived at the final shape of the design."

In the Strait of Gibraltar and for a few months a year, is caught in the almadrabas one of the largest and most coveted worldwide tuna, bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Most of these tunas are exported from Cadiz to Japan for tasting uncooked at the best restaurants.

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Sketches for SOYTUN
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Sketches for SOYTUN

SOYTUN is a ceramic piece designed for the increasingly common tasting of the various forms of presentation of raw fish such as sashimi, sushi, t Read more
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