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Holon Design Week
16 April 2014 -  24 May 2014
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Design Week Holon is an annual event that is being held this year for the fourth time as part of the vision of the City of Holon to be a national center for design and an international arena for design innovation. As in previous years, Design Week Holon focuses on exposure of and giving expression to design and designers in Israel.

A central feature of Design Week Holon is a new and original exhibition at Design Museum Holon, Playing at Design Museum Holon. Design exhibitions will be held in the city's galleries, and around the city itself, at HIT, at the Israeli Center for Digital Art, at Holon Mall, and in Holon Industrial Zone - the new Azrieli Mall and at Pitaro. Design activities for the general public will be held in the Holon Mediatheque complex.

 


Design Week Holon 2014
 
 
Magazine
Stop, Design | Graduates 2012
Maya Dvash
The graduate exhibition of the Faculty of HIT was launched last week under the title: Graduate Exhibition in an Era of Excess Information and Short Attention Span.
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Design as Ritalin
Dr. Victor Frostig
We're used to looking at society as being compiled of people who differ from one another but there are some people who do, behave and think in unconventional manners.
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Jewelry Design at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design
Shira Shoval
The Department of Jewelry Design's graduating class presented a variety of diverse design approaches and forms of expression that allow us to examine the world of jewelry design
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