Doing Design: A recycled party for two

The 2 young women behind Kulla Design understood early on that their design process should be fun, stimulating.

By EINAT KAYLESS ARGAMAN
May 1, 2012 16:20
Adi Shpigel and Keren Tomer, Kulla Design

Adi Shpigel and Keren Tomer. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Einat Kayless Argaman founded DesignBreak in 2009 and since then has gained a large community of daily readers celebrating the design scene in Israel and beyond.

When you eat, breath and sleep material research and develop new design methods, it means you can never go wrong. The two young designers behind Kulla Design, Adi Shpigel and Keren Tomer, understood early on that their design process should be fun, playful and stimulating.

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Mixing, stirring, boiling, gluing and sawing… It almost feels like the industrial version of a fairytale witch, who cooks up her next potion. It’s no wonder the two came up with the name “Kulla Design”, as the word “kulla” is slang often used to describe something we don’t take too seriously and in their case they surely don’t take design as heavy duty.

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