The quality of porcelain is best reflected through its fine and delicate properties, a quality that is not celebrated when
using a mould. Marcel Wanders has developed a technique to produce porcelain objects without the use of plaster
moulds. A synthetic sponge is taken and dipped in a fluid porcelain clay slip. The clay impregnates the foam. Once the
foam has dried, the foam is fired within a Kiln. The foam is burnt away and the perfect porcelain replica of the
foam remains. An intelligent manufacturing process that has the ability to show the intricate qualities of porcelain clay.
- Designed by Marcel Wanders
- Material: Porcelain
- The delicate intricacy of the synthetic foam structure makes up the entirety of the bowl