I was asked to create a piece using a technique developed in the Mould Machine workshop. I chose to expand on the technique created by the students of the masters design programme. The Mould Machine workshop was basically a series of experiments to find new, quick, cheap, and innovative ways to mould glass. I first created a 3D model of my pieces, then Kapyfract AG was responsible for cutting and milling the form into stacks of their fireproof panels. Once the mould was complete, Matteo Gonet of Glassworks poured molten glass into the moulds and finished the pieces. Glass, of all common structural elements (like wood, metal or textile) is exceptional because of the diverse forms and functions it takes in our lives: windows and windshields, electronic screens, glasses for water. It is a sort of ultimate interface.