Ganit Goldstein is a London-based fashion and textile designer specializing in the development of 3D fashion and smart textiles. Ganit’s primary interest is in the intersection between craft and technology, and her work focuses predominantly on pioneering the use of 3D printing fabrication, incorporating 3D scanning to produce 3D textiles. Her design work includes shoes, jewellery, and wearables garments inspired by her study of Japanese ikat weaving at Tokyo University of the Arts. Goldstein is studying for an MA at the Royal College of Art in London, having graduated with honors from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem.
Ganit’s practice exemplifies her interdisciplinary approach to design, in which she mixes traditional and innovative techniques to combine ground-breaking materials research with pioneering developments in novel textile production. Her projects received great attention and immediate press recognition, presented at exhibitions and museums around the world including Milano Design Week, Biennale Arts and Design Tel Aviv, 2020, New York Textile Month, Munich Jewelry Week and more.