My name is Inbar Zanir, and I am an Israeli designer based in Tel-Aviv. I graduated my B. Des Industrial Design from Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) in 2018, and my B.A studies in Economics and Management from Ben-Gurion University in 2014.
In 2019 I was a part of OGS fellowship program, a startup accelerator hosted by Brandeis University and MIT's Design-X accelerator in Boston, where I developed my venture - Way.Cups.
I like to deal with many different fields, and more than anything - to combine and fuse them with each other.
It was always clear to me that my real passion is creation. During the time I was studying, I was excited to wake up each morning and find myself in the workshop, create material laboratories and play with fabrics and textures, sketch and plan – until finally a real, existing product was born, one that people can use and enjoy.
I was drawn to the field of design mostly due to the desire and intention to create a better industry – and that is the designer I wish to be.
It is important for me to integrate myself into a field that will allow me to create positive consumerism – starting from designing products that better peoples' quality of life, and up to improving processes and making them better for the industry, mankind and the environment.
Studio Jeger - Exhibition and Space Design
Founder and CEO
Way.Cups - Edible Utensils
Shlomit Ofir Jewelry Design
Program Coordinator and Mentor
Entrepreneur Fellowship Program
Brandeis University, Boston.
B.Des - Industrial Design H.I.T. Holon Institute of Technology
B.A Economy and Managment BGU Ben Gurion University
Psychometric Test Final Grade 776
Future Food, Hygiene-Museum, Dresden.
EAT!, Biotopia Naturkundemuseum, Munich.
Food+Tech Connect, Berlin.
Back Home, Ha'Chava Gallery, Holon.
H.I.T. Design faculty graduate exhibition, Holon.
BaEmtza, H.I.T. yearly exhibition, Tel Aviv.