Student Work
 

Student Break | Roni Yeheskel | The Melody of The Lines | July 24.13

Mathematics, geometry and in between, never been my thing. In fact, I’m so happy that I don’t have to re-live those horrific days… However, there are people who can embrace the beauty within those lines and create magic out of it. One of those people is Roni Yeheskel, who created the Webbings. Upholstery fabrics, which …

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Student Break | Michal Fierstein | The Language of The Dancing Threads | July 10.13

For the last two weeks I’ve been walking on clouds, since I received some pretty amazing graduation projects, straight out of the classes of 2013. I have a feeling that from next week you’ll be seeing a lot more Student Breaks… Until then, let’s start with the first 2013 Graduate project of the year (drum …

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Student Break | Michal Fierstein | Woven Dreams | March 7.13

A collaboration between a huge company (aka Ikea) and one of the most exciting design departments in Israel (aka Shenkar’s Textile Design Department) can only mean heaven on earth! The 4th year students had to design “a big change at a small price” to make better everyday life for as many people around …

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Student Break | Noam Tabenkin | Dr. Furniture | November 22.12

I’ve been meaning to write about Noam Tabenkin’s Furniture Hospital since 2010. Crazy but true… Who would have thought that two years can go by so quickly?! Anyways, there is no way two little years will stand between me and writing a post regarding this spot on concept… In her graduation project Noam …

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Student Break | Yael Tandler | Baked Concrete | November 18.12

There is something quite interesting about the way Yael Tandler treats concrete as everyday dough. I mean, it’s obvious that you can knead it, but wanting to create unique objects while leaving the outcome to the force of gravity is not an easy decision for the common designer. For Yael it’s “a story …

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Student Break | Hadar Glick | And Then They Where Six (Vases) | October 15.12

A loss is always a loss. Hadar Glick designed a series of six vases, each deals with the emotions that revolves around memory and loss. “In contrast to flowers, which wither and fade away with time, the vases are constant and serve as an eternal testimony of our memories.” Hadar’s goal was to …

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Student Break | Alan Zarczynski | A Wooden Jurassic Park | October 8.12

Boy do I miss playing with dolls! I mean, I know I can, but it would be super weird… In Alan Zarczynski’s Vertebratoys “the wooden vertebrae simulate the volume and attributes of the animal, while the rope simulates the properties of the muscles and joints that support the animal. Their connection provides the …

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