by Danielle Gorodenzik | 08.07.18

A stone’s throw from Kikar Rabin is the paper store, Papier. Papier’s distinctive aesthetic combines paper, design and typography and is the lovechild of a collaboration between fashion designer Sharon Brunsher and graphic designer Shiran Rockaway. Established by the veteran Tel Aviv printing house “Kwik Kopy,” the paper products – featuring notebooks, albums, and diaries – are all produced in Israel. With a range of lustrous to matte products, Papier can be tailored to any style.

The store is filled with antique finds and monochromatic shades of silver, gold, black, white and touches of wood. New collections are often released, most recently their monogram cards and notebooks in English and Hebrew. Their classic Leftovers Line reclaims paper from past collections to create resourceful notebooks and notepads. With the addition of an impressive selection of accessories – exclusive fragrances to gem-cut soaps – Papier is a one-stop shop for any well-designed home or office, and regularly showcases new Israeli accessory designers.

1 David HaMelech Boulevard 1, Tel Aviv

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Photos by Sasha Zacks


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