Designer and Architect Noa Haim graduated from The Berlage Institute – Post graduate laboratory of architecture, Rotterdam (2004). In her work through international architectural firms she specialised in the field of Mixed-use developments and urban strategies.
Following a presentation of her graduation work in a form of participatory practice within London Festival of Architecture 2008, she established her cultural entrepreneurship and design studio Collective Paper Aesthetics.
In collaboration with museums, science centres, cultural and educational organisations the studio is developing educational toys, hands-on furnishing and participatory pop-up spaces with the motto – everyone can be a designer!
Among Collective Paper Aesthetics patrons are Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (Shanzhen) MUDAM (Luxembourg) Israel Museum (Jerusalem) Polytechnic Museum (Moscow) Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal), Holon Design Museum (Holon), ARCAM (Amsterdam) and National Science and Technology Museum (Kaohsiung).
Noa Haim’s work was awarded by dezeen.com and tdwa.com to participate in the Environmental container exhibition 2010 in Tokyo. In 2012 the studio was designing the Netherlands pavilion for Madrid Architecture week, which was nominated (1 out of final 10) for FRAME Moooi design award 2013.