Tsuki, (Japanese for moon) is a contemporary ceramic collection influenced by traditional Shibumi principles, merging the old with the new. Each form, originally circular, has been intersected to create a stackable, formfitting arrangement. I have redesigned the traditional plate by focusing on symmetry, balance and simplicity. The plates are subtly curved or can be reversed to be a deeper vessel, with the line of colour intersecting our perception of ‘the plate’, by encouraging thoughtful, modest food arrangement traditionally seen within Japanese culture. The vessels rely on the user’s interaction, with them deciding the function and set.