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Issue #6
April - October 2012
Features
The Return from Milan 2012
Maya Dvash / May 09 2012

Returning from Milan is not always easy, and we are envious of anyone who manages to formulate their impressions, discover vogues, and share with such speed:

SALONE DEL MOBILE 2012: The Design Week That Was / Jacob Peres

One week, thousands of spectacles, hundreds of people, encounters - most of them fleeting. Once in a while one image pierces your eyes and makes you linger, just for a moment. You stand still and look.

One such moment occurred at the LIXIL exhibition at SuperStudio - Zona Tortona, by Japanese curator Kenya Hara:

Kenya Hara: Foam SPA for LIXIL | Milan 2012
Kenya Hara: Foam SPA for LIXIL, Milan 2012

Kenya Hara: Foam SPA for LIXIL | Milan 2012
Kenya Hara: Foam SPA for LIXIL, Milan 2012

kenya hara: foam spa for LIXIL from designboom on Vimeo.

Another occurred at an exhibition by Israeli designer Ron Gilad at Dilmos Gallery.

Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos | Milan 2012
Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos, The Arch Overview, Milan 2012

Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos | Milan 2012
Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos, The Arch, Milan 2012

Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos | Milan 2012
Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos, The Circle, Milan 2012

Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos | Milan 2012
Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos, The Square, Milan 2012

Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos | Milan 2012
Ron Gilad 2012 for Dilmos, The Line, Milan 2012

And a third moment occurred at Spazio Rossana Orlandi with a bubble lamp by Front.

Surface Tension Lamp by FRONT for BOOO | Milan 2012
Surface Tension Lamp by FRONT for BOOO, Milan 2012

Interviews
Subtext - An Interview with Gali Cnaani
Shira Shoval | Materials Library
She recently won the prestigious Andy Prize, and her first solo exhibition was shown last month at Periscope Gallery in Tel Aviv. An interview with textile designer Gali Cnaani.
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Features
Modes of Life: A Bicycle Journey through Life
Irit Gilan
How are values of change and development connected with bicycles? It is a known fact that the mode of transportation itself has remained virtually unchanged since it was invented in the nineteenth century, whereas the rider or cyclist undergoes processes of growth, change, and development from birth to old age.
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Features
Jerusalem: In the Shadow of its Architecture
Uriel Kon
The external shadows of the Old City of Jerusalem emphasize the fact that the city is a single mysterious entity, and within it the anonymous houses, coupled with the city's narrow streets, cast their own shadows on themselves.
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