June
8
2009
By
The Staff
of Valet.
 

Dror Does Target

Interior designer Dror Benshetrit is the latest aesthete going affordable with a capsule collection of goods for your home, your office or your home office. A graduate of the prestigious Design Academy in Eindhoven, Holland, Benshetrit has been a rising star in the design world since opening his Manhattan studio in 2002. With a flare for functional design infused with a dose of humor, he's created interior spaces for the likes of Levi's, Yigal Azrouël and Kiehl's. When Target approached him, he said he wanted to create dual-purpose products like this stackable set of nesting cubes. "I was really surprised that we didn't have to sacrifice any of the design to keep the prices low," he says. "They're high-quality, interesting pieces that are still really practical."

$90, available this month at Target

  • Dror was the designer behind the popular faux-broken 'vase of phases.'
 

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