At the beginning of June, we visited Berlin for the second part of the Liebling House wood restoration and interior carpentry workshop. The activity took place at the Max Bill School of Carpentry (Bill was one of the most important designers of the Bauhaus), housed in a contemporary building that illustrates the possibilities and methods of processing the material.
During the workshop, led by the German Meisters, we uncovered professional secrets and combined traditional and innovative techniques to produce the Liebling Stool for the children's area of the White City Center. The design is a joint project of the students of the Department of Interior Building & Environment at Shenkar, headed by senior lecturer Orit Savitsky and the Berlin carpenters. This Bauhaus-inspired stool will be sold next year at the White City Center’s store.