This piece was created in the innovative studio of the designer-maker Noa Razer which is located in Tel Aviv, Israel, and It is part of the Apilar collection.
The Apilar collection ('stack' in Spanish) began to take shape during a family roots trip to southern Spain, influenced by the differentiated and unique Spanish ceramics. In this collection there are nine different shapes, from which all structures of the collection are built. Countless creation options are formed by stacking the shapes one on top of the other into new complex compositions with spectacular colors.
On top of the pieces are ceramic prints, inspired by past traditions from different cultures, creating a contemporary cultural collage.
The designer is engaged in ongoing research, visual as well as theoretical, focusing on traditional ceramics as a cultural carrier and searching for the sense of belonging through the local material culture.