Designer Spotlight: Dror Benshetrit

I’ve been to New York several times recently to interview industrial designers for Design Milk’s “Where I Work” series. Today we published the profile of Israeli designer Dror Benshetrit, founder of Studio Dror (and cousin to fashion designer Yigal Azrouel—swoon). You can read the full interview and see the official photos on Design-Milk, but I wanted to share the Instagram shots I took on my iPhone while I poked around.

Dror Benshetrit at his desk in his Garment District studio.

His preferred sketching pens.

Front studio/showroom space with oversize QuaDror structure.

Peacock chair in felt (Love!)

detail

Volume.MGX lamp

In the workshop

more QuaDror supports

Stainless steel mezuzah for Alessi

necklace

Photos by StyleCarrot

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S H O P P I N G 

Try It Trivet for Alessi, $100 at Studio Dror.
Volume 60-10-12-3-12 Sculpture, price upon request at Studio Dror.
Vase of Phases for Rosenthal, $120—$325 at Studio Dror.
Tron Armchair for Cappellini, price upon request at Studio Dror.
Connection Mezuzah for Alessi, $80 at Studio Dror.
QuaDror Wall, price upon request at Studio Dror.
Peacock Chair for Cappellini, $7,174—$10,308 at Studio Dror.

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