MANUBA collection GDD 2020
A form for collect and processing leftover soap and a massager, that allows you to create a relationship with your body. The whole set consists of a container with a lid turned on a potter’s wheel and a porcelain massager which can be used as a soap dish. All elements create one coherent object but can be also used independently. The bottom part of the dish allows to accumulate soap residues. The lid is also a mold for making new soaps (the whole process is explained in a simple manual). The work on the set was based on a cross-sectional combination of traditional pottery techniques using 3D printing.
Designers: Zakwas Studio
Zakwas Studio is a project executed by Spółdzielnia Socjalna Zakwas, which was launched in 2018 by two designers, Dominika Kulczyńska and Mateusz Peringer. Zakwas is a ceramic workshop, sewing room and designing studio which focuses on plastics reuse. The studio executes individual and business projects, textile related orders and tableware for restaurants. It also aims at educational activities in the field of ecology, as well as activization and reintegration of people threatened by professional exclusion.