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‘Axum’ and ‘Lalibella’ stools by David Keller (IL)

Posted by Simon Keane-Cowell on 09.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Axum' and 'Labibella' stools by David Keller

Young Israeli designer David Keller has designed a pair of stools called ‘Axum’ and ‘Lalibella’ that are inspired by the Ethiopian cultural influences present in multi-ethnic Israel.

David Keller's 'Axum' and 'Lalibella' stools during production

Created during his MDes studies at Jerusalem’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, the two pieces feature robust rubber legs and a rough upholstery.

David Keller at the lathe, during production of his 'Axum' and 'Lalibella' stools

The stools will be shown at the Paradigma design gallery in Tel Aviv as part of the ‘Joining Tissue’ exhibition, which opens on 17 July 2010.

Painted stool leg on lathe from David Keller's 'Axum' and 'Lalibella' stools project



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