We have the capacity to create custom-designed products in large quantities for schools, synagogues, hospitals, offices, community centers…you name it! We take care of the entire process from start to finish. Our first step is meeting with you and discussing your specific needs. Next, we use your input to create various designs for your approval. We invite you to participate in every step of the process—from choosing size, color shape and material to designing a logo. We pledge to deliver completely custom projects that serve as a beautiful reflection of your organization.
These mezuzot were specially designed for the new Athletic Center at the Scheck Hillel Community school. The Athletic Center’s architecture emulates a torch shape inspired by the Olympic games. The custom mezuzah was designed to pay tribute to this torch theme. Three sizes, all in the color blue, were created for varying door sizes throughout the school. The mezuzah created for the main entrance features the school logo in stainless steel with a stainless steel letter Shin, shaped like a flame to resemble an Olympic torch. The other 2 sizes feature the school logo, laser etched on acrylic.
The design of the mezuzah for the new David Posnack jewish day school was inspired by the schools tree of life logo. As you can see in the images, the shape of the mezuzah resembles the shape of a leaf from the tree. The school logo was adapted to suit the shape of the mezuzah and was laser etched on the blue acrylic that represents the school’s official color.
The design of the mezuzah for the new Chabad Lubavitch Aventura South Synagogue was inspired by the temple’s menorah logo, which appears continuously throughout the interiors designed by the renowned interior designers Eduardo Tawil and Miriam Tabacinic. As you can see in the images, the shape of the mezuzah is rectangular to maintain the clean lines of the architectural design of the temple and has 3 etched curved lines that resemble a modern “shin”. The mezuzah cases where done in white for the white doorframes and honey for the walnut wood doorframes to give importance to the scrolls, which look like they float over the doors.
These mezuzot were specially designed for the new location of the Shaarei Bina Torah Academy for Girls School. The mezuzah was designed to match the modern, feminine, delicate and minimalistic interior design of the school. Two sizes, all in the color pink, were created for varying door sizes throughout the school. The schools initials and parts of the logo are laser engraved in blue over the pink acrylic.
The design of the mezuzah for the new JCC Building was inspired by the building’s architecture and interior design. The shape of the mezuzah resembles the shape of the building signs outside of each door. The MAR JCC logo was adapted to suit the shape of the mezuzah and was laser etched on the gray acrylic mezuzah cases.
The design of the mezuzah for the new Chabad Lubavitch of Flagstaff. Synagogue was inspired by the Aron Hakodesh design by Eduardo Tawil. The shape of the mezuzah is rectangular to maintain the clean lines of the architectural design of the temple. The mezuzah cases were done in white for the white doorframes, black for the black doorframes and honey for a stone entrance.
SAR Academy is a coeducational, private Modern Orthodox Jewish day school located in the Riverdale section of the New York City borough of the Bronx. We put together a personalized design for SAR Academy's mezuzah cases. The custom order was inspired by their colorful school logo. It includes a variety of medium and large mezuzah cases chosen in yellow, red, purple, green and blue, all colors featured on their bright emblem. Not only do the mezuzah case colors reflect their school spirit, we also added an engraving of their logo to the bottom section of each case. We are very proud to have these mezuzot hung on every door at SAR Academy and to play a role in the protection of the school.