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Post Fossil
excavating 21st century design

Curator: Lidewij Edelkoort

The 'Post Fossil' exhibition at Design Museum Holon provides a glimpse into the future through materials, forms, and rituals of the past. The exhibition brings together over a 100 works of 63 designers from Israel and around the world, who create and define design that focuses on natural and sustainable materials. They create shelter, tools, and machines, and revive archaic rituals that serve a more modest lifestyle, as if each of them were a Fred Flintstone of the future.

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ISBN: 9789659153336
Published:       Israel, 2011
Pages: 171
Size: 16.5x21 cm  

Order Anytime: 972-73-2151515 or info@dmh.org.il
The catalogue is available for purchase at the museum and at Steimatzky stores: Tel Aviv: Dizengoff, Dizengoff Lev (new), Ramat Aviv Mall, Gan Hair (City Garden), Shenkin st. and at the renewed store at "Habima".Steimatzky
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