The theme this year for Israel's largest, most influential public design event is 'For Now.'
The Jerusalem Design Week – Israel’s largest and most influential public design event – kicked off last week, attracting over 40,000 art-lovers to experience the works of Israeli and international designers.
It is held in the Hansen House Center for Design, Media, and Technology in Jerusalem’s charming Talbiya neighborhood, first established in 1887 as a leper asylum. Now owned by the Jerusalem Development Fund, which initiated the Hansen House preservation project, the site is a cultural oasis.
As reported by i24 News
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