Industrial Design
 

Interview | Andrey and Shay | Industrial Dream Team | February 4.15

Today’s post was supposed to be published ages ago but life got in the way. Anyways, I’m super excited to finally have you read my interview with Andrey Grishko and Shay Nifusi. These two are two of my favorite young industrial designers and I’ve been eyeing them ever since they graduated in 2013. Shay’s graduation …

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Student Break | Shmulik Doron | Shiny Happy (Tiny) Creatures | September 12.14

As it turns out, Shmulik Doron and I have something in common. Our imagination tends to work overtime and therefore we spot faces even on still objects. Life is so much fun that way, I can promise you that much. Anyway, back to Shmulik. He is a super fresh graduate out of the Industrial Design …

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Student Break | Ravit Tzadik | Wood in Motion | August 21.14

Whenever I spot a jewelry collection in the midst of an Industrial Design Graduate Show, I miss a beat. And this time was no different. Ravit Tzadik a brand new graduate out of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, is the one behind Wood in Motion. In her “twisted” collection, Ravit …

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Student Break | Aviram Cohen Sityon | Concrete Dreams | August 20.14

Usually I don’t explore the graduate projects that come out of the Interior Design Departments. I guess there is always a first time for everything and this time it was Aviram Cohen Sityon who proved me wrong. Aviram, a fresh graduate out of the Holon Institute of Technology, dedicated time to creating a new kind …

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Dafi Reis Doron | Foam Games | June 20.14

I’ve been following Dafi Reis Doron’s footsteps ever since I bumped into her creations, during her Royal College of Art days back in 2012. Back then, she introduced to the world her first 75% Control project. In her 75% Controlled process, Dafi transforms traditional cushion material, polyurethane foam, into a fabric-like upholstered surface. “The foam …

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