seismographic vases Form follows movement. The objects pursue the concept of creating a form by deducing seismic waves and the correlative recordings of a seismograph. Therefore selected parts of the two-dimensional curve shape determine the asymmetrical vase design. The fascination is based on the contrary perspective between the rough force of nature and the resultant fragile object. Each piece of the delicate porcelain vase collection is manually produced in Bavaria – the stronghold of porcelain production in Germany. type: new zealand Earthquake: new zealand n, magnitude 6.3, Monday, 21st Febuary 2011 (UTC). size: hight 20 cm, width 20 cm type: italy Earthquake: Italy Z, Magnitude 6.0, Saturday 19th Mai 2012 (UTC). size: hight 20 cm, width 20,5 cm material: porcelain place of production: Bavaria, Germany surface: bisquit design: Jonathan Radetz foto: Tanja Evers production: dua – Alexander Esslinger year: 2015 GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2016 winner

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