These sculptures from artist Edit Szabo are inspired by wild animals that have been tamed.
the collection offers a refreshing variation to mass-produced furnishings in refined sculptures. the many possible arrangements of the organic furniture forms recall wild animals that have been tamed. produced in small runs, the pieces are made of long-lasting, durable, high-quality chamotte clay using the tradition techniques of the zsolnay pyrogranite factory. the archetypal geometries were manually pounded into negative molds, later fired at a high temperature, transforming the ingredients into exceptionally hard, frost-resistant, water-resistant, chemically-inert, UV-resistant, and easy to clean works.
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