Irit Henkin and Zohar Shavit, both lecture in the various studio studies in HIT (Holon Institute of Technology), their work combines a productive design discussion and the aesthetic aspects are combined with intellectual ones. The studio's work is based on the "Total Design" method, which helps fulfill all of the customer's needs and accompanies him from the design and planning stage to the interior design stage. The studio's design approach is influenced by the planning approach named "More With Less", which was developed by the Spanish super-architect, Campo Baeza. The design integrates elements of an idea, lighting and space, and emphasizes the design of key elements of furniture and accessories, in order to sharpen the sense of continuity and continuity in space. "We in the studio believe that an architectural work is much like a "Suit" which is tailor-made according to the client's needs, and it begins with the idea. Being occupied by a leading concept, allows all components of the building come together to the creation of a whole set. We also believe that the decor is an integral part of each project with the main idea that the interior design should bring serenity on the one hand and a powerful experience on the other, with an emphasis on the artistic elements with varying degrees. "