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Geoform collection

Landscape told through ceramics


Albert Alianna

The Geoform collection features ceramic representations of the geological formations in our surroundings. The intricate details and variations in color, texture, and form are a testament to the nature that surrounds us. The collection brings a touch of the natural world into the home, reminding us of the beauty and complexity of the geological formations.


At Fülöpháza in Kiskunság, one of our nation's ever-shifting quicksand landscapes can be found. The design of the vase captures a moment of the sand's movement, stiffening its fluidity into a static object. The undulating movement lines are transformed into a solid form through 3D modeling and printing techniques.


The object is made from raw materials sourced from the Sámsonháza quarry in the Northern Central Mountains. The abandoned mine at this location is unique, as it reveals five distinct rock formations. The pot, incorporating the pigments from these geological layers, was created using the nerikomi technique, which not only highlights the origin of the rocks, but also showcases their visually striking patterns.

Representing the vastness of the Great Plain, the cracked glaze of the object's surface symbolizes the process of soil salinization in the dry earth. The piece also utilizes magnesium-rich soil found in Sziksófürdő, which is incorporated into the glaze to create a fragmented, cracked appearance. This serves not only as an analogy but also as a tangible representation of the soil's unique characteristics.


The Bauxit vase showcases the vibrant red hue of the bauxite found in Mecsek and Gát. By incorporating the rocks as pigments, blending them into the glaze and the mass, the iron oxide manifests as a rich range of brownish-red colors. The objects are a tribute to the beauty and versatility of the raw materials found in these regions.

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