Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana pushes industry boundaries with his innovative and guilt-free vegan furniture. Exploring production processes and material use, the creative aims to further his PhD research and figure out a way to create things without using any kind of animal-linked materials. For his Vegan Design exhibition, Nevi Pana shows a range of experimental creations that make use of different plants and minerals.
The vegan furniture is not intended to be aesthetically or functionally beneficial. Instead, Erez Nevi Pana's project promotes transparency in production. Divided into five distinct "mountains," the exhibition represents five different experiments in the development of vegan furniture design — including materials like salt, clay, soil, textile and trash. Each seeks out to promote guilt-free design decisions and the beauty in the "art of reduction."