Mass production lines have left society with perfectly etched and conformed products far removed from the unique and complex forms we find in nature. My work seek ways to express the complexity and uncontrolledness of nature and incorporate it into serial produced objects. In an effort to achieve this, I conducted series of material explorations in which complexity of forms and textures were an outcome of inherit behaviors of given materials. My experiments with ceramics and natural fibers led me to crystals which enabled me to create organic, self-spreading patterns on felt.
As an outcome of my explorations I have designed felt planters covered with crystalized ammonium phosphate. Characteristics of felt and ammonium creates an environment in which living plants grow into the felt and are fed by crystals to slowly become part of the planter.