The Frumin House (also known as the Old Knesset) was the temporary abode of the Israeli Parliament. In this project, history took part in molding the general atmosphere. Digging in old albums through B&W photos we collected all the pieces.

Without having any colored pictures, we had to rely on the remaining parts of furniture, remove coats of paint from windows and reveal oringinal tiles beneath the existing floor.

The SHURE bullet shaped microphone , the old books, the national symbol, and even the old ashtrays, were added to complete the whole scene, as the “Visionary of the State” is observing it all.