A shape and a material that represents classical, almost primordial elements of design objects: the porcelain pot. Maria Gabriella Zecca’s Vasum design arose by developing and overlaying elementary geometrical shapes: each portion features a color, so as to define a rhythm made of colors and volumes. The Limoges porcelain ensures the absolute purity of the surfaces of these objects, making them perfectly hygienic for use with food. All in all, this simple design contains all the complexity of sophisticated references and quotations: the Bauhaus school and its masters, the art of Brancusi, and the visionary creations of fashion designer Courrèges. Made entirely by hand with traditional techniques, the Vasum project is produced in Italy.