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Israeli Design: Meirav Barzilay | Rock.Scissor.Paper

This is our weekly post from our Israeli friends at DesignBreak. A site tapping into fresh Israeli sources of creative output in fashion, ceramics, textiles, graphic design, and more. Read More

By / March 8, 2011
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This is our weekly post from our Israeli friends at DesignBreak. Featuring interviews, student work, and even a monthly giveaway. DesignBreak is a spout tapping into fresh Israeli (and often international) sources of creative output in fashion, ceramics, textiles, graphic design, and more through interviews, student work, and monthly giveaways. We really liked this week’s contribution from the world of industrial design.

Papela is a playful paper lamp. Crumple, squash and reshape it as you like. It comes as a paper ball, which by a simple set of actions, transforms into a unique wrinkled lampshade.”

As someone who is obsessed with papers of all kinds starting with magazines and ending with stationary, this lamp is definitely my cup of tea.

BTW, Meirav Barzilay, the girl behind it all is a busy bee. It feels like her mind is working at full speed. She finished school literally moments ago and already has an army of wicked creations.

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