Face Coverings: Contemporary - Pack of 3
- WARNING! Not suitable for children.
- THIS IS A NON-MEDICAL REUSABLE FACE COVERING:
- This item can be washed and worn up to 5 times to remain compliant.
- Wash hands before and after use.
- Clean this product after each use. Do not share your mask with anyone.
- Suitable for adults only.
Materials: 96% Polyester, 4% Elastane
Care Instructions: Keep away from fire. Wash separately, please follow washing instructions carefully on packaging. Do not dry clean.
Country of Origin: Made in China
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Born in Tel Aviv in 1951, educated at the Jerusalem Academy of Art and later at the Architectural Association in London, Ron Arad co-founded with Caroline Thorman the design and production studio One Off in 1981 and later, in 1989, Ron Arad Associates architecture and design practice. In 2008, Ron Arad Architects was established alongside Ron Arad Associates.
Ron Arad’s constant experimentation with the possibilities of materials such as steel, aluminium or polyamide and his radical re-conception of the form and structure of furniture has put him at the forefront of contemporary design and architecture.
Ron Arad has designed a number of Public Art pieces, most recently the Vortext in Seoul, Korea, and the Kesher Sculpture at Tel Aviv University.