Israeli industrial design

August 2003
Architectural Record;Aug2003, Vol. 191 Issue 8, p192
Trade Publication
Since launching the Michael Graves lighting line in 1986, Baldinger has developed a tradition of introducing designs by internationally acclaimed designers, as well as up-and-coming talents such as Liat Poysner. Born in Zirchon Ya'akov, Poysner became enamored of the photochemical etching process while working at a machining plant.


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