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Hide & Seek - Maarten Baas
November 27 - April 27,2019
Major solo survey exhibition of Maarten Baas (born 1978). Baas is an internationally renowned designer with a diverse body of work and who is considered one of the most influential young designers of this moment.
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Time Machines
Original exhibition from Design Museum Holon Collection
November 27 - April 27,2019
Time is an elusive "material," another dimension that cannot be bent, distorted or even slightly modified. However, designers cannot help but to use it in their work. The dimension of time is present in the processes of development, production, and biodegradation of the items, and thus its marks and fingerprints remain in the final product.
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Working Together: Design and Engineering
Innovative Air Technologies
November 27 - April 27,2019
An original exhibition that examines through the products of Dyson the strong link between the work of designers and engineers, in an age that products, materials, and technologies go hand-in-hand.
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Magazine
Designing New Materials | Graduates 2011
Tal Amit
It seems that the search for new materiality is eternal. The division is usually clear. But when you mix materials and departments, the results are fascinating little surprises.
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Foamed Basalt
Tal Amit
Ori Yekutiel reveals that he has a tense relationship with the world of design, but in the meantime he has discovered a new material. Quite by accident.
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Designing Design | Kenya Hara
Dr. Victor Frostig
Kenya Hara opens his book with the words: "Verbalizing design is another act of design". The medium chosen by Kenya Hara is a book.
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