In collaboration with the Jewish Museum, New York. In the Jewish religion, the Mezuzah is the name of the case containing a scroll inscribed with two verses from the Torah (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and 11:13-21) and is affixed to the doorframe of a home’s entrance. <
mezuzah in 18/10 stainless steel mat. In collaboration with the Jewish Museum, New York.
Item code: DB02
Height (cm): 1.50
Length (cm): 10.00
Width (cm): 4.00
To become familiar with Dror’s work is to increasingly understand the logic and process that drive his style. He thrives on uncovering the origins of movement while focusing on innovation in materials, technologies and geometries. His creations reflect a certain mode of living and well-being given greater definition and refinement by design. Dror is an extension of Dror Benshetrit’s work. Founded in 2002, Dror is a multidisciplinary design company specializing in product design, architecture and art direction. Dror’s client list includes Alessi, Bentley, Boffi, Bombay Sapphire, BBB Emmebonacina, Cappellini, Kiehl’s, Levi’s, Material Connexion, Maya Romanoff, Marithe + Francois Girbaud, Rosenthal, Skins Footwear, Yigal Azrouël, Shvo, Swarovski, and Target. Trained rigorously at the Design Academy Eidhoven, Dror cultivates originality in each project he adopts. Dror’s work has attracted attention from all major international publications. The Vase of Phases, his collaboration with Rosenthal, won the iF Product Design Award in 2006 and is included in the permanent collections of museums in North America, Europe and the Middle East. He has lectured widely and has exhibited without fail in Salone and ICFF since 2004. He is the youngest addition to Culture and Commerce, an agency representing such design luminaries as Phillipe Starck and Marcel Wanders.