Lena Krasnovsky and Talia Janover initiated their joint studio in 2011 at the Carpenters District of Tel Aviv. Coming from Architectural background to design and often working with other artists and designers, their creative dialogue strives to be a broad and multidisciplinary one
The two met while studying architecture at The Neri Bloomfield School of Design and Education.
The inspiration for their design, comes from geometric and platonic shapes with an emphasis on the ethereal simplicity of the mathematical lines. The process of forming them into reality using materials, crafting techniques and industry found locally. The objects strive to utilize traditional craftwork processes with an innovating combination of form and material.
Lena and Talia both graduated from the architecture program at the Neri Bloomfield School of Design and Education, Haifa (2010), where they now teach. they are now members of the ‘Hamehuga’ group of designers and artists.
-’Light and matter’- Neve-Shechter and Outbox’s exhibit, Tel Aviv, IL
-London Design Festival 2014 – 19 Greek Street gallery, London, UK
-Deli & LaCulture – “Random Rules”, Tel Aviv, IL
- Hachava Gallery – “High Gear : Bicycle as inspiration”, Holon, IL
-”Rihutim 2014″, Tel Aviv, IL.
- Design Museum Holon – “Industry adopts Design”, Holon, IL
-”Tiroche” auction house, Herzelia, IL.
- “Tiroche” auction house, Herzelia, IL.