Adi was born in Tel Aviv in 1970. He is a Graduate of the Bezalel Arts Academy, Jerusalem, 1998, during which time he studied Jewelry design and trends. He graduated with honors and won 5 design awards during his studies:
Outstanding Student of the classי
Outstanding student of the department (Lockman Prize)
The Romi Shapiro Award for Judaica (twice)
Scholarship from the Sharett Foundation (placed 1st nationally)
After completing his studies, he began creating products for the home and office with an emphasis on hand-crafted items. He then began designing Judaica products, using both innovative as well as industrial techniques, such as industrial lasercutting, machine techniques and more.
Adi works in the mediums of stainless steel and aluminum metals, and combines plexiglass, wood, paper, rubber and other materials to create his characteristic clean minimilistic lines, with an emphasis on every detail, enabling him to create a high quality stunning product.
Today, in his studio at his home in Shoham, Israel, he continues to innovate in Judaica. In his own words:
'In my opinion, the world of Judaica is often thought of as old fashioned and even obsolete. I
became interested in Judaica because I felt I could add some new perspective to Judaica
designs, and produce some modern minimalist designs with clean lines. I come from a secular background, but I take great care in ensuring my products are designed in accordance with Jewish Law. My goal is to reach a wide audience, so that even non-
observant or non-religious people can connect with Judaism and Judaica.'