During his culinary trips to Japan, top chef Sergio Herman was completely fascinated by the beautiful, local and pure tableware made there. With Inku, he wanted to translate that Japanese simplicity into a dynamic tableware line. The exceptional thing about Inku is that no two items are precisely the same. The layer of glaze creates small imperfections that fit completely into the Wabi-Sabi feeling that Sergio Herman intended with this project.
Unlike Sergio's previous Surface collection, Inku is much more sophisticated, almost feminine. There is a clear reference to nature, with its abstract structures and the Japanese blossoms that are clearly recognisable within. The radial typography, often associated with the iconic Mount Fiji, also features in the collection.