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Rock, Paper, Scissors FUN!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 27, 2011 by Ilan Dei Studio

Our Rock, Paper, Scissors class was fun and dynamic as we explored the possibilities of paper as art and as architecture. We created our own small structures and saw some amazing examples of what others are doing.

Here are some highlights of people we discussed.

http://www.jenstark.com/

http://www.norikoambe.com/

http://www.ryujinakamura.com/work.html

http://www.molodesign.com/

iRhino 3D released for the iPhone, Free 3D Models from Ilan Dei Studio!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on October 21, 2010 by Ilan Dei Studio

Rhino has gone moblie!

Check out the new iRhino 3D App which lets you view 3DM models on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch!

An amazing tool for anyone who has interest in 3D Modeling and requires no training or additional software to view and interact with intricate 3D models.

There is nothing like showing your designs and ideas in 3-D. Pan, zoom, and rotate with a tap or drag of your finger. The handy navigator lets you scroll through thumbnails, so you can quickly jump to any model you want. Load Rhino models from web sites, Google Docs, email attachments (iPad or iOS 4 only), or from iTunes (iPad or iOS 4 only). Save views as images for markup and emailing.

iRhino 3D

We here at Ilan Dei Studio are so impressed by this app that we have decided to post 3D Models of our most popular designs for you to download from our website!

Download our popular Ripple Table and Lotus Stool models in Rhino 3DM format and use iRhino3D to view them. Simply copy and paste the link below into the iRhino Application.

Ripple Table –  www.ilandeistudio.com/table.3dm

Lotus Stool – www.ilandeistudio.com/lotus.3dm

Ilan Dei Featured in California Home and Design February 2008

Posted in Uncategorized on March 5, 2008 by Ilan Dei Studio

“For 15 years, the Venice-based designer has been creating custom installations and products that offer a new take on minimalism, drawing upon influences ranging from Japanese woodworking to airplane manufacturing.”–California Home and Design, February 2008.

The Sensuous Simplicity of “Pebbles”

Posted in Uncategorized on March 4, 2008 by Ilan Dei Studio

Ilan Dei Studio injects a fresh new look for established casual outdoor furnishing company Terra Furniture with the introduction of the Tiburon Collection based on Pebbles.

With sleek clean lines and restrained curved back, Tiburon offers a canvas for the simple play of both positive and negative forms of the organic pebble.

“Pebbles” designed for award winning surface graphic company Blik from Ilan Dei Studio.

LA Times Home Aesthetic Awakening

Posted in Uncategorized on March 3, 2008 by Ilan Dei Studio

“Everything hinged on the placement of the TV. He couldn’t care less about the sofa,” says Ilan Dei. “He had good taste–a nice car, nice clothing–but not when it applied to a house. But as the project progressed, so did his insight.” – LA Times Home, July 26, 2007

“The home changed his life, the 45-year-old attorney says. The former workaholic who crashed in places with no particular style is now a beach-crazed world traveler with a newfound interest in design.” – LA Times Home, July 26, 2007

LA Times

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