Created by Itay Kirshenbaum, the Betzavta community garden furniture enables people to customize their own stools and tables.

Created by Israel-based industrial designer Itay Kirshenbaum, the Betzavta social and environmental project enables people to grow their own community garden furniture. The collection consists of flat canvas bags filled with a mixture of concrete powder that are spread out and watered with a hose.

They can be shaped into the desired 3D form when wet using a system of wires. Once the resulting shape has dried for 24 hours, the user pulls out the foundational wires, leaving behind a unique piece of furniture for the garden.

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