“Early in my art studies, I recall standing before hundreds of flames spitting out from an imperfectly built brick crust in which my large sculpture was fired, and felt a deep connection with the ceramic material being born. Controlling the power of fire and developing an ability to transform material has fascinated me ever since. From that moment my profession and goals were established for good. From this early “alchemist” phase also came my interest in innovation, leading me to design acoustic covers, furniture, and other objects; the focal point of my interest was to find the strange connection between space and object, voice and form, light and touch. I know now that I am looking for a balance and connection in the complexity of the dependencies between various media.”

Edit Szabo is a designer and sculptor who creates architectural, functional and conceptual works. She has expertise in such specialty areas as water features, ceramic and masonry stoves, functional cladding systems, porcelain items, street furniture and sculpture. She concieves of her work not as objects placed in space, but instead forming an integral part of their environment, shedding light on the conceptual organization of a space. She has won awards for her ADESSYS line of ceramic acoustic spatial dividers and her paraphrased baroque ceramic stove for the Laffert Castle. Her newest work is the TAME series of seating furniture.

You can find more information about Edit Szabo on editszabo.com.