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As I was responsible for the technical part of this project, I approached it as if the city of Moster was a human body and the “Filled Mattress” a costumed tailored dress. First I designed the “look” while using photo samples of the fabrics we chose. Than I built a real size 3D cardboard model of the mattress, that will function as a “tailors-mannequin”. This allowed us to re-create the actual topographic landscape of Moster by placing the fabric pieces directly on the model and forming them in the right shape. For information about the conceptual side of this project please visit Yoav’s website.  

From the article on “AT” magazine, August 2010. A few words by Haim Parnas, Head of ID Department at Bezalel, about the “Vision of Dry Boards” project: “This project reflects the spirit of our times. It talks about the design field itself, and represent the off-stream, the fringe. Objects allegedly seem bizarre, ugly and clumsy, but they have an emotional interface, they call for a long-term relationship with their future owners”.