Dodola’s a ceramic water filter for places where the public water supply isn’t adequate or available. The product is an installation of intricately shaped filtration modules which purifies water of contaminants as small as bacteria, thereby leaving behind only the desired constituents such as minerals. It’s made of clay, mixed with organic material and fired in a way which increases its porosity by a manyfold. The gyroid structure which accelerates the filtration of water by increasing the available surface area of the module is achieved by 3D printing the otherwise fragile raw clay mixture. Through the incorporation of the principles inspired by an Archimedes screw the product can transport the filtered water upwards by relying on the flow of the water it is placed in, meaning it can work in remote locations where electricity isn’t available.