'Asymmetric Urban Objects'
For this project Charik drew inspirations from buildings and urban architecture that show asymmetry and then proceeded to design objects with emphasis on the form and surface. Each one of the proposed ceramic objects shows an asymmetry in their form.
Her ceramic products are made to be used in everyday life. They meant to be both functional and decorative. The shapes and colour choices reference the ideas of minimalism and urban culture. She is particularly interested in functionality and materiality. Within her practice Charik strives to search for simplicity of form.