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I am Re'em Eyal, an architect (who mainly plan public and residential buildings) and a Lighting designer. I spend 4 days working in my office, and the rest of the week working in my studio, designing lamps and furniture. I love the combination between designing huge buildings, and crafting lamps in a much smaller scale. I have studied architecture at Bezalel, Academy for Arts and Design, in Jerusalem. I was in a student exchange program, in Germany a few years ago. It was then when I got to know the beauty and wonders of the flea markets. I moved by nostalgic vintage objects, they warm the cockles of my heart. I find those lovely objects at flea markets such as in Berlin, Hungary and Tel Aviv.

I have nostalgic memories from my youth, all the time collecting stuff from the streets and engineering them to alternative fixture light, that were proudly hanged in my room. For example, lightening an old Coca…

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  • Male
  • Born on February 26
  • Joined November 21, 2010

Favorite materials

Soda bottles, old Irons, old Toasters, Salt and pepper dispensers, old Alcohol Shakers, old Tripods, sugar dispensers, vintage skates, enamel bowls

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About

I am Re'em Eyal, an architect (who mainly plan public and residential buildings) and a Lighting designer. I spend 4 days working in my office, and the rest of the week working in my studio, designing lamps and furniture. I love the combination between designing huge buildings, and crafting lamps in a much smaller scale. I have studied architecture at Bezalel, Academy for Arts and Design, in Jerusalem. I was in a student exchange program, in Germany a few years ago. It was then when I got to know the beauty and wonders of the flea markets. I moved by nostalgic vintage objects, they warm the cockles of my heart. I find those lovely objects at flea markets such as in Berlin, Hungary and Tel Aviv.

I have nostalgic memories from my youth, all the time collecting stuff from the streets and engineering them to alternative fixture light, that were proudly hanged in my room. For example, lightening an old Coca Cola sign that was found in the street.

It's a challenge for me to find an optimal aesthetically solution, together with a technical solution, and I love this challenge.

I believe that the person who purchase my item is as special as the item itself.

Yours,
Re'em

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