'Designing the Middle East: Part 1' is the first in a two part series of exhibitions at London's 19 Greek Street. It will show the work of Israeli designers Noam Dover & Michael Cederbaum - partners in life and work - whose furniture and objects explore the relationship between craft and technology, mass fabrication and limited edition design. Pictured is their 'Saj Table', made from the spun steel domes used to make pitta bread. The designers' work will be shown alongside some of their Israeli collaborators', such as Yoav Reches. The exhibition will run from 28 March to 17 May.
19 Greek Street, London W1D 4DT; www.19greekstreet.comPhotography: courtesy of Rami Maymon
With 'Scan & Scale', Noam Dover & Michal Cederbaum examine the link between natural and digital forms. The vessels started life as a pebble, which was then 3D scanned before being transformed into a collection new objects, with small irregularities and imperfectionsPhotography: courtesy of Rami Maymon
'Hacking the Mould' is a series of vases made from moulds that were 'hacked' to create visual abnormalities in the resulting formsPhotography: courtesy of Rami Maymon
This curvaceous 'Steel Shelf' is constructed from four thin sheets of spring steel, affixed to the wall using a system of clamps and wooden wedges
Made from multiple layers of fabric, these 'Tailormade Vases' are designed to subtley echo the female body and are inspired by the way African woman carry vessels on their heads
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