Finding shady solutions for Israel’s public spaces, where glaring sunshine often reigns supreme, is the focus of a new exhibit at the Design Museum in the central Israeli town of Holon.
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People huddle behind bus stops to escape the sun, but find no refuge in large open spaces like Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square. The sun is particularly dangerous for children, Dvash said, and the goal of the exhibit is to make people additional aware of the problem.
“We observed there are fewer and fewer people in the streets, and one of the reasons is there is less and less shade,” said Galit Gaon, the museum’s chief curator.