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Chanan De-Lange

Chanan de Lange
http://www.delangedesign.com

Graduated Cum Laude the Industrial Design Department, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, 1985.

Since 1988, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Industrial Design, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. Chair of Department of Industrial Design - Bezalel B.Des program (1992-1995)
Appointed Associate Professor (2003) Chair of Department of Industrial Design, Bezalel M.Des program (2006-2007) Appointed Full Professor (2010)

Since graduation and during work as an active designer and a senior lecturer Chanan maintains an intimate dialogue with the arts. He examines the relations between objects and human situations by creating different environments, mises-en-scene and installations using objects he designs. The works are presented in museums and galleries in Israel and abroad. His works are in collection or permanent exhibition in Israel and abroad.

Since 1986, Head of Studio de Lange Ltd (delangedesign.com). Beginning in 2000, Arch. Tal de Lange joined as a partner. The studio specializes in designing visitor centers, science museums, permanent and temporary museum exhibitions, commercial chain stores, residential homes and offices, furniture design and product development.

Among selected projects: Architectural and interior design consultant for the The Israel Museum, Jerusalem - museum renewal project, Design planning and supervision of the permanent exhibitions halls for Israeli Art, the Lipschitz collection hall, the Impressionism hall, the Modern Art halls; Design and Judaica (between 2007-2010)

Design Questionnaire

Q : When did you realize you wanted to be a designer?
A : Still Pondering about it.

Q : How would you define your design style?
A : Human

Q : What would you do if you were not a designer/artist?
A : Dude
 
Q : Where do you draw your ideas/inspiration from?
A : From life

Q : Who do you consult about works?
A : Various people and minds

Q : Which of your projects do you consider a success?
A : My next project

Q : Which of your projects do you consider a failure?
A : Each project has it's imperfections

Q : What is the first design work you can recall?
A : Hatchet

Q : To what extent do you believe that design should be functional?
A : That depends

Q : Name a colleague you admire.
A : Human Nature

Q : What in your opinion is the greatest design invention in recent years?
A : Don't have one

Q : With which personality from the past would you like to have coffee?
A : Marcel Duchamp

Q : Which materials interest/fascinate you most?
A : Materials with personality

Q : What advice would you give a designer at the start of his career / What advice would you have liked to receive at the start of your career?
A : Proportions, proportions, proportions!

Q : What are your future projects?
A : Library

 
 
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