From Grains of Sandby Merav Ben Loulou | 23.02.17
Israeli designer Hila Tzadok believes that inspiration can be found everywhere—“from the grains of sand on the beach, to the stars in the sky.”
Tzadok’s recent collection combines nature with urban monstrosities, the organic and the mechanic, to create a glimpse of harmony in a fast-paced world. It manifests the place of nature within architectural structures and highlights the dominance of built up industries in rural settings.
Curiosity in the fields of architecture, science, nature and technology led Tzadok to become a major force when it comes to luxe fabrics and edgy textures. Her endless talent in creating geometrical shapes, prints, laser cuts and textile manipulation, is brilliant. Have a peek at Tzadok’s work below in order to get a sense of her breadth as a designer. Written by Daniela Engelberg.