Artist, designer, photographer and film-maker, was born in Tel-Aviv in 1963. Nowadays, he works in his own studio in Paris. He moved to Europe in 1988 and graduated three years later with honours in the field of Industrial Design at Art Centre Europe, in Switzerland. After his work stay in Japan, where he focused on products and objects for exhibitions, Levy came back to Europe and focused on contemporary dance and opera stage design. After establishing his own firm, he returned to the design and arts fields. He is mainly respected for his furniture and lighting designs.
His works are displayed not only in prestigious museums and galleries, but also in the product portfolios of companies all around the world.
For TON he designed chair, arm chair, lounge armchair, barstool Split as well as tables Bloom.
Split lounge armchair
Bloom Table central 271
Bloom central table 275
Bloom central Table 276
Bloom central table 277
Bloom central table 278
Table Bloom central 280
The Split chair links our more than 150-year-old technology with contemporary design. It is based on manually bent split lengths of massive wood; which, at the same time, are both a design and functional element of seating furniture - it supports the seat and also the backrest. It is elegantly slid in, behind the seat made also from massive wood. Apart from the upholstery, we also offer a design in ash, which can be applied with gradients by manual spraying.