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Exhibitions
nendo: the space in between
07.06.16
The international premiere of Japanese Studio nendo (established in 2002), who was nominated by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the world stop design names and influences
Exhibitions
Urban Shade in Israel
04.07.15
This exhibition marks the climax of a three-year research, entrepreneurial, design project whose aim is to incorporate design in urban spaces through a discussion on the roles shade and shading systems can play in a city and in social activity.
Exhibitions
In-Possible By Alessi & Stools By Yaacov Kaufman
24.03.15
Design Museum Holon explores the process of design with two unique exhibitions. March 25 - June 6, 2015
 
 
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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Letters - Type(face)s with Character
Yael Segal Hermoni
The way a font is designed holds special importance in the Hebrew language. By its very nature the Hebrew letter is not easy to read, there are but few differences between the lett
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Designing New Materials | Graduates 2011
Tal Amit
It seems that the search for new materiality is eternal. The division is usually clear. But when you mix materials and departments, the results are fascinating little surprises.
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