The use of a digital modeling program has made the designer's life much easier. It seems that the introduction of modeling software into our lives has made the work of the designer work straightforward – no more complicated calculations of angles and ratios, no more need for repeated tests of technical feasibility. On the surface, these programs do for us what is considered to be dirty (or menial) work.

However, at the same time, the transition to digital design has also created new limitations, and our creativity is often limited to the software's capabilities and our mastering of it.

I opted to use my limitations and lack of knowledge in modeling software in this project and made them part of my design process. By using functions in which my knowledge is limited, I designed shapes without the ability to predict their final result.

The result is a coffee set whose organic and unique shape would not have happened without my ignorance.