Bram van Leeuwenstein |1

In his quest for the thinnest, most transparent porcelain possible, Bram van Leeuwenstein (NL) spent three months at EKWC researching the tension between thinness and preventing deformation. He cast a plaster casting mold from a 3D-printed PLA mold for a light-object. After casting in Bone China, he worked on the object’s skin. He created new structures and layers by carving, etching, and sponging until he reached the desired translucency. Each lamp is unique in texture, painting, and glaze effects.