The principles of recycling and sustainability are more integral to the glass industry than to porcelain production (we find an example in the case of Brokissglass). Adam Železný is among the individual innovators of the porcelain industry, and has been continuously focusing
on the topics of sustainability and evolutionary methods
of production. He researches not only the material itself – where porcelain shards become the main component of the substance from which new porcelain is made – but also the production technologies. For example, he stretches the limits of the possible in his experiments where the material is formed by means of an explosion, creating random
and singular shapes – Železný then fires these vessels in
a furnace. In this sense, he is charting the new possibilities of industrial production into the future.