Omer Arbel Office
Vancouver, British Colu, 0
Omer Arbel, born in Jerusalem, is a Vancouver-based, 34-year-old architect and designer. He is the founder of OAO, an award-winning architectural and design practice, and Creative Director of Bocci, an innovative manufacturer of industrial design objects, furniture, lighting and architectural building technologies. His latest projects include the designs for the 2010 winter Olympics medals and award-winning interiors for Ping’s Café, a Japanese restaurant in Vancouver and a design installation at the prestigious Spazio Rosanna Orlandi during Milan Design Week 2010. Arbel’s projects cover a broad range, from luxurious private residences, such as the recently complete 23.2 house, to bespoke lighting installations such as the 28 chandelier, to the innovative yet accessibly priced electrical wall units of the 22 series. He is also the winner of the Ronald J. Thom award 2010.