At HStudio, we're always striving to find original directions, sophisticated styles, and create fresh new classics. Founded in 1991 by the artist Shlomi Haziza, HStudio brings a unique and contemporary approach to design, specializing in developing new techniques, creating custom designs, and working with our customers to offer truly exceptional pieces made by hand in our Los Angeles studio.
We use a wide range of materials including metal, wood, fabrics, stone, and more. However, our exceptional skill, capabilities, and innovations with acrylic is what sets us apart and makes us a leader in acrylic art and furniture design. Since all of our designs are made to order, we are able to offer nearly infinite customer options, including your choice of materials, treatments, and fifteen exclusive in-stock acrylic colors, in a variety of thicknesses.
Custom work is our specialty. We have a variety of fabrication techniques and will work with you to create anything from custom installations, film props or sets, oversized designs for indoor or outdoor use, custom furniture, and even gift items, awards and accessories. Our past custom projects have included installations in restaurants, hotels, schools, and museums, as well as everything from retail displays to outdoor sculptures, furniture, and waterfalls, or clients including celebrities, national brands, and high profile clients.
The HStudio Collection began with the sculptures of artist and founder, Shlomi Haziza. Over the years, the collection has grown to include, not only sculptures, but pedestals, furniture, upholstery, lighting, accessories, rugs, waterfalls, and wall sculptures.
ABOUT THE ARTIST AND FOUNDER
By the time Shlomi Haziza was fifteen years old, he was already an established artist. While other children were skipping sea stones, he was painting them, a hobby which launched his first venture, Rock Art. It wasn't long before his whimsically painted Rocks were attracting international attention.
Acrylic is the most sophisticated material Haziza has mastered to date. It is an unforgiving, but naturally exciting and expressive medium, with light-refracting properties that give it a unique dynamic. Haziza has spent years finding new ways to use color, metal powders and sculpting techniques to bring out the inner fire of acrylic and breathe life and emotion into every piece he makes.