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Ron Gilad, 2011

A showcase designed to display and contain pre­cious objects and books. The result is a transparent solid that invites the gaze to linger on its contents.

Design Ron Gilad, 2011

The shelves are rotated and bevelled, creating a di­splacement from a 90 ° angle to 45 ° without edges. Geometrically rotating surfaces that create 45° smo­othed edges achieved by using a metal joint onto which aluminum profiles are hooked. veneered with precious wood types.


Ron Gilad

Ron Gilad was born in Tel Aviv in 1972. After a few years in New York, he lives and works in Tel Aviv and Milan. Ron Gilad’s hybrid objects combine a practical ingenuity with an aesthetic effect which and are placed on a boundary between the abstract and functional. When he was asked to collaborate with Molteni&C, Ron Gilad initially wondered if he should behave as a designer or just be himself in the most authentic way. He found his answer by creating a connection between his more abstract and artistic ideas and commercial industry mechanisms and converting them into ingenious design products.

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Ron Gilad

“As a creative person, I question my point of view endlessly with the hope of finding intriguing new angles”

Ron Gilad