Tray Design: Martin Høgh Olsen 2017  HALLER are simple and functional serving trays in three different coulours. Precise incisions at the ends allow for handles. With lines inspired by the architect Zeev Haller, these trays are evocative of the 30s Bauhaus era of Tel Aviv.  Having the largest number of buildings in the Bauhaus/International Style of any city in the world, it also goes by the name of The White City. Referring to a collection of over 4,000 buildings, designed by a large number of architects, who had been trained in various European countries. In their work in Tel Aviv, they represented the plurality of the creative trends of modernism. In 2003 UNESCO proclaimed this a World Cultural Heritage site.     MATERIAL Laser cut aluminum, powder coated    Ready in  fall 2018    

 

Tray
Design: Martin Høgh Olsen 2017

HALLER are simple and functional serving trays in three different coulours. Precise incisions at the ends allow for handles. With lines inspired by the architect Zeev Haller, these trays are evocative of the 30s Bauhaus era of Tel Aviv.

Having the largest number of buildings in the Bauhaus/International Style of any city in the world, it also goes by the name of The White City. Referring to a collection of over 4,000 buildings, designed by a large number of architects, who had been trained in various European countries. In their work in Tel Aviv, they represented the plurality of the creative trends of modernism. In 2003 UNESCO proclaimed this a World Cultural Heritage site.

 

MATERIAL
Laser cut aluminum, powder coated


Ready in  fall 2018