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The nature of work being done on Design Museum Holon's
structure is comparable to a creation of a large-sized jewel, given its exceptional organic structure as well as the mathematical and physical calculations entailed in its development.

The initial funding for Design Museum Holon, 17 million dollars, was granted by the Holon Municipality. The operating budget for the Museum's opening year is estimated at 2.7 million dollars. We hope to raise 1 million dollars of our budget from our friends and supporters around the world.

Become a Friend of Design Museum Holon:

Please join us as a supporter of the Design Museum Holon:
Design Museum Holon
+972-3- 5021555
friends@dmh.org.il

We welcome any additional support with options for dedications and commemorations in various wings of the Museum.

More details about Development & naming opportunities, please contact:
Hamutal Ron
Director of Development
Tel: +972-54-2348004
Mail: Hamutal@dmh.org.il

 
 
Magazine
Wanted: A dress for the end-of-the-world event
Tal Amit
In an article Van Herpen relates that when some people see her designs they feel fear, and wonders why it is this emotion that they express.
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Shatnez
Shira Shoval | Materials Library
Design award-winning chair made from flax was the catalyst for an interview with architect/designer Martin Mostböck about the process and challenges he has faced along the way.
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Yamamoto - Beyond Appearance
Dr. Victor Frostig
Yamamoto means in Japanese ‘foot of the mountain'. It seems that with each collection he designs Yohji Yamamoto climbs from the foot to the summit of a mountain
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