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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
Exhibitions
Iris Van Herpen
22.11.14
Iris van Herpen is one of the most striking young fashion designers of this moment. This exhibition displays a selection from her collections ranging from 2007.
 
 
Magazine
Form Follows Garbage
Shira Shoval | Materials Library
For over twenty years Jan Eric Visser has been collecting refuse and converting it into works of art, drawing inspiration from it and using it in his work.
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The Open Revolution
Dr. Victor Frostig
Design is undergoing a revolution. Technology is empowering more people to create and disseminate designs, and professionals are using it to share their work with the world
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Risk, Danger and the Makings of Enjoyment - Playgrounds: Between Safety and Fun
Maier Yagod
Playgrounds are some of the most tactile parts of our built environment. Our interaction with them is primarily bodily.
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