Nitzan Cohen

Studio Nitzan Cohen

Naupliastr. 103A Rgb.
81545 München

T: +49 (0)89 20328681

Produkte von Nitzan Cohen

Nitzan Cohen (born 1973 in Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel)
Studied applied art at Avni Art Academy in Tel Aviv (1995-6)
Holds a bachelors degree in industrial design from the Design Academy in Eindhoven Holland (1997-2002)

Worked as a set designer and art director for various Israeli television channels. Took part in several international design projects (‘Design Solidario' in Sao-Paulo,‘Design Lab Siemens mobile', 'Ispo-vision' in Munich, ‘Dream Makers' at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem)

Participated in group exhibitions in Recife, Sao Paulo -Brazil;
Jerusalem -Israel; Eindhoven -Holland; Munich, Cologne -Germany

Between 2002-2007, worked as a designer and a project leader at Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design in Munich and as of autumn 2007 running his own design studio in Munich, Germany.

Currently working on a wide range of commissions from industrial products and furniture through exhibition design to interiors and public spaces
-Among the recently completed and current projects are:

He-Said / She-Said -A range of solid Wood furniture for Mattiazzi srl
nan-15 -A shelving system for Nanoo
1 As 15 -A range of future products for the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

He-Said / She-Said
-For Mattiazzi srl, Stockholm, Feb.'09
Installation at the ‘Stockholm Furniture Fair 2009'
BREE+ by Ayzit Bostan -For Bree Collection GmbH, Berlin, Jan.'09
Installation at the ‘Berlin Fashion Week 2009'
Roeckl Restaurant, Munich, Completed Sep.'08
-A social project integrating a bio restaurant and bar
‘The knights of the round table' For Rosenthal AG, Frankfurt, Jul.'08
-Installation at the ‘Design Annual 08'
SAF Restaurant & bar, Munich, Completed Dec.'07
-Vegan and raw food restaurant and a bio cocktail bar
SAF_Deli, Munich, Completed Dec.'07
-vegan day bar and a bio/lifestyle store
Zerwirk Deli, Munich, Completed Aug.'06
-A bio café and supermarket

-A guest professor at the insudtrial design dept. at the AKA in stuttgart (Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart)