The project was created out of my will to become familiar with and understand the ground on which I work as a young Israeli designer. My research found that Israeli design is defined by the following values and features: humor, loose ends, improvisation, functionality, content over aesthetics, the inspiration of working with restrictive materials and resources, and the use of the "Ready-Made."

The research resulted in an academic paper as well as the design of several objects, taking into consideration the bond between Israeli design, Israeli character, and local narratives. This collection of objects is eclectic, forming a variety of the viewer's experiences. Each object (the table, the stool, the cabinet, the standing lamp, the shisha pipe) is the outcome of my own life experiences in Israel and reflects how I grew to believe in what is my culture.