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Portfolio: Furniture Accessories

Lighting

Projects

Products ::: Lighting

Bride ? fabric


Material Origin:
Materials: Satin, iron structure
0% recycled


Bride ? pegs


Material Origin:
Materials: wooden pegs, iron structure
0% recycled


Ackerstein - short


Material Origin: a building-brick from an apartment in Tel Aviv, fabric remnants from Nachalat binyamin street, Tel Aviv
Materials: a building-brick, aluminum pipe, fabric
70% recycled


Ackerstein - medium


Material Origin: a building-brick from an apartment in Tel Aviv, fabric remnant from Nachalat binyamin street, Tel Aviv
Materials: a building-brick, aluminum pipe, fabric
70% recycled


Ackerstein - tall


Material Origin: a Florentin pavement slab, fabric remnants from Nachalat binyamin street, Tel Aviv
Materials: a pavement-slab, aluminum pipe, fabric
70% recycled


Striport pole


Material Origin: deck leftovers from Tel Aviv port
Materials: Ipe wood, nickel plated iron
70% recycled


Beit Alfa ? small yolk


Material Origin: wood veneer remnants from a carpentry shop in kibutz Beit Alfa
Materials: wood veneer; plated iron
80% recycled


Beit Alfa ? big yolk


Material Origin: wood veneer remnants from a carpentry shop in kibutz Beit Alfa
Materials: wood veneer; plated iron
80% recycled


Bookshpan - buttons tall


Material Origin: buttons from Sara Bookshpan?s inheritance
Materials: nickel plated iron, buttons, fabric
70% recycled




Bookshpan - buttons short


Material Origin: buttons from Sara Bookshpan?s inheritance
Materials: nickel plated iron, buttons, fabric
70% recycled



Workshop Bissli pole


Material Origin: plywood remnants from a carpentry shop in Tel Aviv, a Florentin pavement slab.
Materials: Populus plywood, plated iron, a pavement-brick
80% recycled


Workshop hanging Bissli


Material Origin: plywood remnants from a carpentry shop in Tel Aviv
Materials: Populus plywood, plated iron
90% recycled