6 days, 24 hours and 720 minutes  

raku, clay and earth rammed

Design with Nature.
This ephemeral object made with natural clay collected, places the Time at the heart of the process of production. It’s about the time of the making, and the life expectancy of an object at the same time.
6 days mean the complete drying time of this piece. 24 hours is the time of the bisque fire, and finally 720 minutes represent the raku firing of the enamel.
We need to get rid from the idea of Time wears down objects. With this project, it transforms, brings earth alive a little more each day.