Sekho, named after its inspirational motif meaning spider web, is a new aesthetic of carved repetitive pattern and perforated interlocking bricks for walls, interior elements and external spaces.

 Generated using a rich mix of ceramic traditions, historic methods of hand making bricks, different styles of architecture and traditional functional details. With the functionality of the perforations, which provide a natural ventilation in buildings, paired with the complex aesthetics inspired painted motifs from the vernacular architecture of Lesotho's Basotho people in Southern Africa.

It aims to invite the world to African cultures, revive fading traditions furthermore preserve a rich African ceramics culture by making it accessible and adaptable to a globalized world.