Founded in 2005 by Gabriel Asfour (b. Lebanon), Angela Donhauser (b. U.S.S.R) and Adi Gil (b. Israel), the threeASFOUR collective has built a legacy of fusing cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship to create clothing at the intersection of fashion and art.
Drawing their core aesthetic from the universal languages of sacred geometry, threeASFOUR is devoted to the creative exploration of themes of consciousness and cultural coexistence.
In 2015, threeASFOUR were the recipients of the Cooper- Hewitt/Smithsonian Museum's National Design Award. Their work has been the subject of or included in more than two dozen exhibitions including the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum; The Museum at FIT; The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum; Museum of Fine Art, Boston; Brooklyn Museum; American Folk Art Museum; Jewish Museum; The Garage, Moscow; and the Museo Nacional Bellas Artes de Cuba.
Their designs are in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The Costume Institute, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Museum at F.I.T. in New York.
threeASFOUR has collaborated with numerous artists and musicians, including Björk, Yoko Ono, and Matthew Barney, as well as brands such as GAP and Kate Spade.