The Japanese ceramicist, now settled in Gelves (Seville), sells her products under the name Taller Kúu, which combines the Spanish for workshop, taller, with the Japanese word kúu, meaning sky or empty space. In the collection Usar y no tirar (Use and don’t throw away), the products have long-enduring usefulness. Therefore, it invites us to reflect on our use of disposable products and on changing consumer habits. The design is inspired by these throwaway objects (mainly plastic and paper), to which they have added artistic, decorative and functional elements originating from nature, such as showing an appreciation and respect towards it.