Hi, we are shinshin
Sustainable design studio based in Tel Aviv.
We create products for the home environment considering the world environment.
Our work is inspired by the human experience and its nature. We use mechanical and electronic elements with reclaimed materials to bring our vision to life.
Shani is an interior designer and Shay is an industrial designer. Together they design and manufacture home objects and craft products.
Shinshin was established in 2017 with the vision to design more suitable products for our changing culture.
Objects made by clean manufacturing systems and materials.
A project we made for Tel-Aviv Municipality
Sustainable awards trophies for a students competition
We Work With
We use industrial waste materials to create our product line. Mainly wood and natural materials like metal and paper.
Solid wood scrapes we get from local carpenters and use for our products.
Rooting vases for home or office environment.
If you love to watch plants grow, give them the proper place to do that.
Let go of your improvised jars for rooting and make space for your new propagation vase.
With our rooting vase, you can insert nature wherever you want in your house.
Soap holder and trays
Made of reclaimed compressed bamboo beams for outdoor floor decks.
This material is super strong, solid, and perfect for moist environments like shower rooms and toilets.
We use the small pieces which usually go to waste to make those
The material comes from local suppliers material waste and get a second chance in this world.
3D Figures for SYSAID Technologies
new branding launch
Made of reclaimed pine wood and 3D printing.
For their new branding launch event, we created those cute little bird figures and they were absolutely the nail of the evening.
The figures are part of SYSAID new visual language and to bring them to real life was a really cool challenge.
Awards statues for Tel Aviv municipality
Awards for acting student compatition
Made of recycled paper pulp and wood.
The brief was to design a sustainable award statue for a student contest about Israeli author Natan Alterman texts into acting scenes.
We thought immediately about using paper as a material to work with for its context to the concept of the contest.
We used our own method of compressing paper pulp molds.
Awards statues for RIVERSIDE employees
Charcoal desk-sized trophies
Design by the brand identity of Riverside company.