Especially built to grow to be a hub of creativity and innovation, Museum Holon Style in Israel was developed by Ron Arad Architects in 2003. The museum hosts impressive style collections and is considered a national platform reflecting Israeli creation in relationship to world style. Freshome founder visited the museum following attending the Wolf Prize ceremony at the Israeli Parliament – The Knesset – on the 5th of May possibly thanks to Kinetis ( Kinetis is a nonprofit educational organization established to market, at property and abroad, the recognition of Israel as a vibrant and inspirational source of creativity and innovation).
The most striking feature of the style is its external envelope, characterized by curves as far as the eye can see. 5 imposing bands of Corten steel structure take over the visual field of the visitor and encircle the museum, meandering their way inside the exhibiting space as effectively. The reddish developing (the colour is mentioned to reflect geological striations of the Israeli desert) stands out in its 3,700m² lot, a generous public plaza to the north major the way to its primary entrance. Two levels make up the structure of the imposing building, connected by means of an external ramp. According to the architects, the museum occupies a gross area of 4,100m², was built to a gross spending budget of ILS65m (£11.1m) , and was totally publicly funded. Building started in August 2006, and the Style Museum was inaugurated on the 31st January 2010.
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