The bowl Vessel consists of three parts. A ring, a wedge and a surface. All parts make an essential contribution to the construction of the vessel. The surface is placed on the ring and locked and compressed by the wedge. This causes the surface to stand upright. This causes the surface to fold into two protruding folds. By compressing the surface, it also gains stability and makes it possible to hold the contents. The simplest way to represent an enclosure and create a benefit is that of the container. Because the benefit comes from what is there, what is not there is used.