The essential need for a return to manual work and to a more human scale led her to leave architecture to reconvert herself to ceramics. During a two-year stay, between 2016 and 2018, Celine trains with master craftsmen in the historic Chinese and world-renowned porcelain city of Jingdezhen. Upon her return to France, Celine founded Atelier Zû, a creative studio focused on porcelain.
In her Parisian studio, Céline Salomon did not cut the links with her former profession. She creates pieces of furniture that explore the register of nature-architecture, inspired by the contours of urban plans. Her pieces of furniture then become real sculptures, where materials, textures and play of light transform her objects into sensory experiences.