Kalodromo, which means “good way”, is a small manufactory on the Greek island of Naxos in the heart of the Aegean Sea. Founded by Tom von Kaenel, a sculptor and painter born in Switzerland in 1961. Tom crafts unique vessels and sculptures of Naxian marble, which is sourced from the surrounding marble quarries on the island of Naxos. Typically white, grey or yellow-brown in colour, Naxian marble's structure is crystalline. No measuring instruments other than compasses and scales are used in the production of an object - the eye decides the final shape. This small deviation in symmetry gives the form its individual tension. These unique vessels remain raw, meaning the surfaces are deliberately left unpolished to leave traces of the craft visible.