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GATHERING - From Domestic Craft to Contemporary Process
curated by Li Edelkoort & Philip Fimmano
featuring 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE
The exhibition brings together contemporary design themes that reflect traditional domestic crafts in an attempt to remain connected to authenticity. In a world first, GATHERING will feature a survey of the ground-breaking 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE collection by the legendary Japanese designer.
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Exhibitions
Playing at Design Museum Holon
Imagining Childhood Between Unlimited Possibilities and Impossible Limitations - In the next exhibition, which opens Holon Design Week 2014, we will be presenting the work of Israeli designers who engage in children's book illustration and designing outdoor games and playgrounds.
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Exhibitions
Free Wheel
A bicycle journey through the history of the design world.
The exhibition will display multiple pairs of bicycles, from
the early years of bicycle design to contemporary ones. A display of original Israeli bicycle design will be featured next to Architect Michael Embacher's collection.
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Magazine
Fashion Novices | Graduates 2012
Tal Amit
Is "didn't show anything new" the correct discourse for the present time in fashion design? Is the discourse on cuts and silhouettes still relevant?
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Farsighted
Tal Amit
Ron Arad opens his lecture at Holon Fashion Week 2011 with a smile and a joke. Then he begins relating the story of his pq eyewear project, from the very first email.
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Breaking the Mold
Shira Shoval | Materials Library
Concrete becomes fabric and fabric becomes concrete under the hands of young designer Nicolas le Moigne.
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