Extruded Clay Stool by Max Ceprack

With a result reminding me of a now popular technique of manipulating concrete cloth material, Max Ceprack, a student at the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel, researched and pioneered a process in clay extrusion:

For this purpose, I built two pneumatic extruders (for two different die sizes) that push clay through the die. The Semiindustrial process enabled me to manipulate the material, with never-before-seen precision and  complexity. I chose to express the result of my research process in a new design for a stool. The final result is inspired by the material culture of the Middle East so as to express time and place.

Via designboom.com