Introducing “Skyline Fence”
“Skyline Fence” is a site specific modular fence designed for the Jerusalem Gateway Project and our studio’s first urban design project!
Dride Zero successfully funded on Kickstarter!
We have a new name!
We are happy to to announce our studio’s new name: Gilli Kuchik & Ran Amitai. After working under the name “Bakery Studio” for the past years, we felt it was time for us to work under our own personal names. We are very happy for this change and look forward to continue working with new and existing friends, colleagues and clients. Thank you longtime graphic designer Naama Tobias for the updating our logo and branding originally designed by Michal Sahar.
Introducing “Impossible” side tables
Impossible is the continuation of the studio’s ongoing work with sheets and spreads. The project explores the potential of an “impossible” spread that overlaps it.
Sound Bucket exhibited in “Sound and Matter in Design” in Design Museum Holon
Sound Bucket is one of the studio’s earliest works and was done during our student exchange to Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart, Germany in 2008. The project was selected to participate in “Sound and Matter in Design” in Design Museum Holon which explores the ways in which spaces, environments, and everyday experiences are shaped by sound.
Chair 2 wins NYCXDesign award in guest seating category
Chair 2 by Bakery Studio – Gilli Kuchik & Ran Amitai for Cappellini won the best chair in the “Guest Seating” category at an event hosted by MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art). The jury panel of 30 luminaries, including our heroine curator Paola Antonelli, chose Chair 2 from 4 finalist chair designs.
Chair 2 for Cappellini is launched at Milan Design Week 2017
During Milan Design Week 2017 renowned Italian company Cappellini revealed Chair 2 designed by Bakery Studio – Gilli Kuchik & Ran Amitai. The chair is the result of a 3 year collaboration between Cappellini and the studio.
3D printed seal for “Dreams” project
We are extremely proud to share our participation in “Dreams” a project initiated by Dor Carmon Studio together with the Children’s Oncology Department in Tel Hashomer Hospital and Stratasys. Image by Yoram Reshef.
Our Elastic Hinge glasses for “Overview” exhibition at Design Museum Holon
Together with numerous Israeli designers and architects Bakery Studio – Gilli Kuchik & Ran Amitai, was commissioned to design a pair of glasses for “Overview” exhibition. In response we designed Elastic Hinge, a pair of glasses that explores the folding mechanisms of glasses using 3d printing technology.
New Vase Composition Package
UpnRide 1.0 launched at Rehacare 2016
UPnRIDE 1.0 is a project we have been working on for the past year. The project, which included the design of dozens of elements, is the first social design project of the studio and we are very grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this life changing innovation.