Specially created to become a center of creativity and innovation, the Design Museum in Holon, Israel, was Developed by Ron Arad Architects in 2003. The museum collects design collections that are part of the national heritage and reflect Israel's interest in the development of world design.
The most striking feature of the project is its appearance, which captures the view of any passer-by and keeps to the last detail. Shrouded in five steel stripes running all over the building and leading to the main entrance, the building project is the embodiment of Israel's design art. The colors are chosen for a reason, they symbolize the color of the desert of the Israeli region. According to the architects, the museum occupies a total area of 4,100 square meters and was built on a budget of 11.1 million euros, fully funded by the state.
Although the project was developed in the distant 2003, for its implementation took only in August 2006, with the construction took almost 4 years. The project was completed on January 31, 2010..Photogallery Total | 19 pictures