Different typologies of tabletop containers are a recurrent theme in Ron Gilad’s compositional research. This time the function of “containing” is literally opened out to allow for the inclusion of different volumes and to increase the capacity of the container in comparison with the models presented last year. The object, seemingly fragile, is a deconstructed micro architectural system. The components, a painted iron structure and four wooden segments that never touch one another, create plays of light and shadow. The object is a little domestic altar and presents itself as an upside down geometric shape ready and waiting to accommodate the needs of the user.