In this investigation, analog and digital processes of making were combined to generate a ceramic stool prototype. Grasshopper was utilized to generate the form of the stool, sliced along a diagrid pattern into five pieces, that was then routed in foam used to cast plaster molds. The two-piece plaster molds were then use to cast the zipper stool pieces, intended to scissor together in five tesselating pieces. The hollow clay pieces, bisque and glaze fired, gain strength and stability through their assembly. The intent of this project was to explore new techniques in the process of slipcasting via the application of digital fabrication techniques.