I am a mom of 3 girls; I live and work in Padres Hanna, Israel. I worked as an architect for many years, designing mostly homes. Right before my oldest went to kindergarten I started writing my blog – “growing up creative”. Observing kids and the public school system I was afraid that my child will stop drawing and making. In my blog I share ideas and tutorial of how to raise your child to be creative.
It took me several years to understand that my architecture and design practice needed to be combined with my blogging, and there came the concept of designing and creating environments that encourage creativity, making and play.
Alongside my design career, I have always worked with kids, giving them space and opportunities to practice their creativity, teaching them basic creativity skills and craft. I have been collaborating on occasion with different artists, making large community art installations.
Muki is my first product for growing up creative.