The locus of Israel, as defined by its culture and archaeology, is explored and reconstructed in the context of modernity.
Israeli Local Design Research by Industrial Designer Michael Tsinzovsky, Herzliya, Israel. Photography by Oded Antman.
‘A discussion of design in a cultural context must always begin with some knowledge of culture being discussed. In a case of Israeli culture this task seems especially complex & hazardous’ (Ido Bruno)
‘My interest in researching local design began at the second semester of the third year throughout my studies in Bezalel Academy, the task I took upon myself was to put on the test the quotation by sorting & analyzing the archaelogical culture of Israel and create case studies – objects that are able to communicate through the local cultural context.’
text by Michael Tsinzovsky