All exhibitions of the Holon Design Museum in the past, present and future.
Je t’aime, Ronit Elkabetz
A portrayal of Ronit Elkabetz's character as an exceptional encounter between the worlds of cinema, art, social endeavor, and the worlds of clothes and fashion
"יתכן שהכותרת מבט על - משקפיים, שניתנה לתערוכה המתקיימת במוזיאון העיצוב בחולון, צנועה מדי לממדים ולתכנים שמוצגים בה. התערוכה עוסקת בהרבה יותר מאשר מבט על - סקירה אודות...
In the wandering traditional Bedouin society, there was a high awareness of reuse while giving new life to available raw materials, which could be used...
A Metaphor of Light
This exhibition showcases 50 lamps designed between 1933 and 2015 by internationally renowned architects, designers, and artists for Italy's leading design companies.
On a hot summer day in 2013, Nevi Pana went hiking in the Judaean Desert. Against the backdrop of the Dead Sea's desert landscape, between...
NOM, which stands for Nature of Material, is a series of stackable lightweight furniture. Each object is folded from a spread of laser-cut aluminum sheet,...
Jaime Hayon | Funtastico
Spanish designer Jaime Hayon (b. 1974), is one of the most acclaimed designers worldwide, and Time Magazine recently listed him as one of the 100...
Urban Shade in Israel
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...
From Mold to Fragment – Studio Kahn
From Mold to Fragment - Studio Kahn from the Museum Collection describes a full and complete development process comprising three familiar objects in the Israeli...
Hironen – London, Tokyo 1985-1995
From Design Museum Holon Collection. Hironen, brand name and design studio, established in Tokyo (1989) by the Israeli Ronen Levin and the Japanese Hiroyoki Okawa.