The designer defies the laws of physics by imagining an impossible structure to contain a variety of shapes and volumes. Once again the observation of reality and the dissection of the object, which Gilad reduces right down to the bare bone, become a hyperbole of what is considered the norm. The piece is a precise calculation of balances with two tilting triangles that revolve around a single axis. This becomes an element of stability for the object and is the fulcrum of the function of the piece as it provides two containers, two bases and two appearances all at the same time. The object is linear but never minimal because Gilad imagines it ever ready to serve a double purpose offering a new visual surprise each and every time.