New industrial design exhibit makes its own rules
Nearly two decades after opening his first studio, Ronen Bavli is finally giving his projects a proper exhibition. Expect sleek, keenly-executed housewares, with nary a hard and fast rule in sight.
During the summer between his second and third years in the industrial design department at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Ronen Bavli decided to open a store and gallery called Magenta on Emek Refaim Street in the city’s German Colony neighborhood. The store, which opened in 1992, carried items like a toothbrush designed by Philippe Starck, Boy London watches, chairs by Yaakov Kaufman,...
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