In collaboration with Designer Noam Dover
“Makom”, which translates to “a place” in Hebrew, is a ceramic bowl formed as a topographic realization of a steep landscape. Its inner volume is sealed by a cork lid which also functions as a base. Makom unravels inverse metaphorical and physical values. An impression of landscape is the result of the ceramic process. This process utilizes the elements: earth, water, wind, fire. The combination of the four elements is an overall metaphor for the natural design process.