A sculptural form cannot be indifferent from its environment, yet most of the time design deals with compact, strict forms independent of the object`s environment. The aim of Géza Sallai`s art is to resolve this isolation. Thanks to his transparent thinking a sculpture and its environment can only be interpreted together, and it makes a difference if the given environment strengthens or weakens the form - an ideal space is needed for it. The audience can experience a unique enclosed form and a special inner space at the same time. This phenomenon mainly appeared in architecture where the outside image of the edifice projected the possible interior design.
The borderline style of design and sculpture reflects on the mingling of material-technical civilisation and human culture. A sculptor can get inspiration from an aesthetically designed object - in this case namely a car. It was a challenge for Sallai to make a sculpture of a car where he could deploy fine art in the act of creation. His sculptures make the objects valueable that stand the stillness of time.