About Loop Design:


At Loop Design we believe that feeling at home is essential.

We design purposeful homeware made of timeless materials to help you create a sense of space in your home.

By choosing functional pieces alongside meaningful objects, you can create a home where you will feel you truly belong.

A space to be creative, let loose, and spend time with the people you love. 

We believe that 'home' is an intentional space. By designing effortless thoughtful and composed pieces, we aim to give a creative conclusion to life's clutter.


About The Founder

Elisheva Manekin, Founder and Designer for Loop Design


An industrial designer with a passion for interiors, Elisheva started Loop Design with a dream of creating a sense of home for people who look at their homes as more than just four walls. Her definition of home is an outcome of the unusual way she brought up.

Growing up her family moved a lot – never spending more than two years in one house. Splitting their days between continents and cities, she did not know the feeling of growing up surrounded by the same walls. That being said, she always felt a strong sense of home in every apartment or home they moved to.

That had a lot to do with her Mothers understanding of “home” – a place filled with people you love and familiar things. Her mother was known to schlep everything they owned from house to house to create a consistent feeling in all of the places they moved to, no matter how short the time they would spend there was going to be.

That is when her love of objects for the home began.

She studied Industrial Design at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, and after working for different companies she eventually started Loop Design as a place for her to create beautiful, functional designs to be part of your home.

Her greatest inspirations include everyday life and the challenges they provide, her Mediterranean culture that favours large gatherings, preferably around the dinner table, and from where she currently lives with her husband and three children, a small town in the south of Israel surrounded by olive trees and vineyards for miles.