Photos: Leonid Padrul / MUSA Eretz Museum, Tel Aviv

Material: Stoneware

Various dimensions

Magashna is a set of tableware which combines a tray that is the basic and permanent element, and vessels that can be installed into it in various possibilities. The tray can be used as a serving dish or as a personal dish. Assembling the personal dish out of the shared pool creates a continuous field during the meal, in which the boundaries of the personal and the communal blur. New dynamics of contact, looks, choice, connection, division, relationships and means of communication are created.

FabDesign contest by UNESCO and Ateliers d’Art de France, 2005 – Selected project