Studio Dror

225 West 39th St
NY 10018 New York
United States

T: +1 212 929 2196
F: +1 212 719 0818


Studio Dror is an extension of Dror Benshetrit’s work.
Being a multidisciplinary design company, founded in 2002, Studio Dror specializes in product design, architecture and graphic design. Dror’s client list includes Puma, Rosenthal (Ger

many), BBBemmebonacina (Italy), Levi’s, Yigal Azrouël, Material Connexion, Bombay Sapphire, Maya Romanoff, Surface Magazine, Kiehl’s, Bourjois (France), Marithe + Francois Girbaud (France) and Swarovski.
With several years of combine

d art and design education from the Design Academy (Eindhoven, Holland) and the Center for Art Education at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Israel), Dror developed a unique style of design that is evident in each project Dror adopts. To become familiar with D

ror’s work is to understand the logic and thought process behind his style. He thrives on the origin of movement, while focusing on innovation with new uses of materials, technology and shapes. Dror’s creations reflect a certain way of living

and well-being and offer design inspiration.
Dror Benshetrit has attracted the attention of the press for his work in publications such as the New York Times, New York Times Style Magazine, Newsweek, The Washington Post, ELLE, Wallpaper, Abitare, I.

D., Metropolis, Surface, Time Out NY, Paper, City, Interior Design, Axis Japan, Harper Bazaar Japan, Officiel France, DDN Italy, Canadian Interiors and others. The Vase of Phases are part of the permanent collection in the ‘Staatliches Museum fü

;r Angewante Kunst’ in Munich, Germany and in the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv.
Dror has lectured and exhibited his work during the ICFF 2004/05/06, at the Thailand Creative and Design Center in 2006, at the Boston Design Center in 2006 and a

t the Tokyo Design Block in 2003.
As the youngest addition to the New York based design agency, Culture & Commerce, Dror joined a roster highlighted by Philippe Starck and Marcel Wanders, managed by Michele Caniato of the Culture & Commerce,

“We are very proud to represent Dror”, explains Mr. Caniato. “Dror’s work displays a highly unique blend of artistic sensitivity with the problem solving ingenuity of a seasoned industrial engineer. In less than one year

we’ve signed contracts in their respective fields, across the board, from footwear to architecture projects.”