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Saj table

Steel
25 3/5 × 39 2/5 × 31 1/2 in
65 × 100 × 80 cm
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location
Tel Aviv
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Hand crafted steel tables in varied compositions, constructed from pressed steel domes called …

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Hand crafted steel tables in varied compositions, constructed from pressed steel domes called “Saj”, usually used for making thin pita bread.

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Photo by Rami Maymon
Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum
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Tel Aviv-based designers Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum combine their varied backgrounds—including interior design, scenography, furniture, hand-made objects, curating, and cultural-theoretical writing—in their experimental design process. Together they question the boundaries between design, craft, and production. Projects range from street art interventions that add a sense of humor to local signs, to vases that serve as investigations into the nature of concrete and the difference between the broken and the whole. They are equally interested in process and the finished product, as seen in their sandblasted vintage ceramics in which glazed designs are stripped away to create abstract patterns.

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Hand crafted steel tables in varied compositions, constructed from pressed steel domes called …

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Hand crafted steel tables in varied compositions, constructed from pressed steel domes called “Saj”, usually used for making thin pita bread.

Medium
Design/Decorative Art
Image rights
Photo by Rami Maymon
Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum
Israeli
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Tel Aviv-based designers Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum combine their varied backgrounds—including interior design, scenography, furniture, hand-made objects, curating, and cultural-theoretical writing—in their experimental design process. Together they question the boundaries between design, craft, and production. Projects range from street art interventions that add a sense of humor to local signs, to vases that serve as investigations into the nature of concrete and the difference between the broken and the whole. They are equally interested in process and the finished product, as seen in their sandblasted vintage ceramics in which glazed designs are stripped away to create abstract patterns.

Saj table

Steel
25 3/5 × 39 2/5 × 31 1/2 in
65 × 100 × 80 cm
Unique
location
Tel Aviv
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