A home is more than four walls

Interior designer Yael Steinberger teaches the finer points of planning a home.

August 10, 2017 21:49
Design Center in Bnei Brak

A field trip at the Design Center in Bnei Brak.. (photo credit: YAEL STEINBERGER)


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Yael Steinberger teaches a one-year course in interior design for women at the Jerusalem Hub, a women’s workspace on Jaffa Road, which she opened by default.

She has a degree in practical engineering and industrial design, and was head of the interior design program at Lander Institute in Jerusalem until it closed in 2014. Students who had registered and were disappointed with the school’s closure tracked her down and talked her into opening an interior design program in English.


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