Romy Northover finds inspiration in the earth.
The lifelong visual communicator studied fine art at Goldsmiths, University of London, and worked everywhere from Hong Kong to Venice to Berlin before opening her first studio at Togei Kyoshitsu in Manhattan.
Combining European ceramics and traditional Japanese techniques, her work reflects an “ancient future” aesthetic. At her art and design house, No. (‘nō), she collaborates with interior and landscape designers, architects and private clients, as well as selling through select retailers and galleries.
Here, Northover describes the role nature plays in her impulse to create and engage: