The design research "Morphology of Water" is the attempt to visualise and materialise our relationship to water. An idea that results with an object as an offer to have a discourse about water. Humanity has always sought new ways to enable and control the transport of water and its regulation. We are witnessing the effects of the anthropocene and the impact it has on us and our environment. Since the industrialisation, we politicised and instrumentalised water as a resource. The design research examines and tries to understand vases in their history, function and symbolism and to give the water shape. The form of the vase is given by the construction and use of water towers. Just as related to the water tower is the vase and the symbolic and sculptural role it has. Originally, the purpose of vases reaches from the use of an storage object, storyteller, art object to the water carrier. The design research examines and depicts an understanding of vases in their history, function and symbolism and gives water a shape.
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