is a minimalist cutlery set by Israeli-based designer . The set was fabricated through a technique called extrusion. Tammuz describes this project as a representation of her local culture, and the expression of sharing food which cultivates intimacy, thoughtfulness, and physical closeness.
The process of extrusion is relatively inexpensive in which long units are created and then cut into pieces. The aesthetic is simple and uninterrupted. The project was commissioned by Wallpaper, and in collaboration with Architectural Titanium.