Lava Bowl Design Annelies de Leede by Goods
The Lava Bowl is a design by Annelies de Leede for Goods. During her work period at the European Ceramic Work Center EKWC in 1993, Annelies de Leede researched the recycling of ceramics.This led her to design her first bowls made of clay containing a high component of ‘lava’ grains – bits of ceramic scrap material. Adding lava grains to the clay allowed the bowls to be heated at high temperatures without cracking or breaking. The new clay was further developed by Goods in collaboration with Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum. The result is the Lava Bowls with a solid wall thickness of approximately 2 cm and sound like fine porcelain when tapped.
Size Lava Bowl and Delivery Time
The Lava Bowl small is 12.5 cm high and has a diameter of 18 cm. The Lava Bowl Large is 14 cm high and has a diameter of 28 cm. Both products are in stock and can be delivered within 2 working days.
Annelies de Leede
Annelies de Leede (1958) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Arnhem in 1985. She has always be a great fan of using layers and different materials at once. During a work period at the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) in Den Bosch, the Netherlands, she researched possibilities to recycle ceramics. By experimenting with ceramic pieces, de Leede found out that ceramics can already be recycled without crushing it to unrecognisable powder. Among other things, she uses glazed waste which she mixes with a mass of clay. The size and colour of the ceramic and glazed pieces determine the end result after the product has been in the oven. Her work can be found at MoMa in New York, among others.