Before you ask, it's actually somewhere between a bowl and a plate... and seeing as it has a hole in the center, I'd rather use Martin Zampach's "Poly" for a BLT than a bouillabaisse. As for the cork bit? Well, it's made of a 'lightweight but firm' material that consists of cork sandwiched between layers of veneer.Flexible build materials allow for extreme shaping of the segments. When all parts are locked to form the bowl the structure gets its strength.
The bowls come in different sizes and proportions. They fit together in several ways to form illusional 2D/3D ornaments. Their simple functionality makes the bowls an ideal table accessory.
The Czech designer exhibited the prototypes as part of COLAB 01 during the recent DMY Berlin, where he exhibited the same concept in rusted steel and anodized aluminum.