In 2010, Poland-based designers Dorota Skalska and Adnieszka Mazur created “Corezone,” a porcelain human heart-shaped bank that was created to store thoughts, feelings and emotions instead of coins. It has exhibited at both the DMY Berlin 2010 and at the 2011 Stockholm Furniture Fair.
corezone is a closed ceramic space, where one can place their thoughts, feelings, emotions. An attempt to fulfill emotional needs by the means of an object, a try to withhold immaterial being in a material space.
images via Adnieszka Mazur