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Nir Meiri for REDESIGN[D] | Turning Ancient Cities Into Layered Objects | May 15.14

A while back I wrote about REDESIGN[D]. An on going collaboration between Redesign Magazine and young Israeli designers. First was Naama Hofman and her lighting object and now it’s Nir Meiri’s turn to be REDESIGN[D]. Nir is a designer who isn’t intimidated by hard work (his Marine Light and Desert Storm Light are just two …

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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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Israelis@MilanDesignWeek | Amiram Biton | A Drop Of Water | April 12.11

I first stumbled upon Amiram Biton’s drop dead gorgeous vase a while back during one of my regular visits to DesignMilk. I’m thrilled to have the chance to announce it as one of my favorite vases e-v-e-r! Such a brilliant idea and straight to the point execution. Drops of water have never been …

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Israelis@MilanDesignWeek | Iris Zohar | Onion. Not What You’d Expect | April 11.11

“Where does a vase end and a flower begin?” Each onion vase is a one-of-a kind solution that mirrors the variances occurring in nature. I wish I could have a sea of onion vases on my dining table… Well, First I need to have a dinning table ;) – You can read my …

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