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Bakery Studio – Gil Sheffi | Elastic Wood

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Bakery studio was founded in September 2009 by Gil Sheffi, Ran Amitai and Gilli Kuchik, the three met and became friends during their studies at the Bezalel  Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem Israel .

Wood is used for the propose of producing furniture for a long time; connecting, carving and bending  this natural material into various 3d shapes.
The elastic wood project focuses on joinery, seeking to explore what happens when they become flexible. The project is inspired by the the common process of over molding, were 2 materials are used to complete and enhance each materials characteristics; The wood is used for its compatibility for home furniture which are welcoming to touch and transmit a warm aesthetics. The elastic material is used for the propose of transforming the 2d spread into a 3d shape.  The combination of the two materials adds the aspect of flexibility into the usually rigid furniture produced in wood.

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  • Stanley Meretsky

    I just read a story about your company in the Industrial Fabric Journal. Your creativity and design is fantastic. Is any of your designs being sold in the United States yet?? If so I would like to know where. I would like to have some of for my home.
    Please let me know.
    thanks
    Stan Meretsky
    mccullou@htdconnect.com
    phone 248-646-6195
    I expect to be in Israel later this year. If possible I would like to stop by your studio and meet you.

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