Plaster as a material and its processing is an integral part of creative processes. In most cases, it is used as a working or auxiliary material. In the Sadrology project, its potential and properties are the inspiration for exploring the possibilities of use for final and functional objects. By casting plaster into foam molds, unique shape variations with an interesting structure were created, which acknowledge the fragility of shell molds. On one side, there are soft, organic shapes and on the other, broken, spongy structures.
The project is part of the research and educational project KEGA - stARTup, a new concept of teaching author's design with regard to the applicability of graduates in practice no. 008VŠVU-4/2021