About Noa Tripp
Noa Tripp, metal designer, was born in Israel in 1981. She studied at the Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in Jerusalem under the guidance of Einat Leeder, Yaron Ronen and others. Noa is a winner of the Israel Design Center Prize for Product Design in the category of student works, for the design of an orange juice extractor (2007). She is also a winner of the Romie Shapiro Prize for Judaica (2005), the Evelyn Gryver Prize for Judaica (2005) and the Lockman Prize for Applied Design (2004). Noa has participated in an exhibition at the JCC Greater Washington Museum (2006-2004) on 92 years of Judaica at Bezalel. She also took part in exhibitions in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Noa has been granted an AICF scholarship (for excellence) since 2005.