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The architect of the tallest building in the world, the $1.7 trillion (2,000-meter) Kestrel Towers, Israel’s Herzliya-based Geva Group, has been given a chance to put his stamp on the market.

Geva, which has been the main developer of the tower, unveiled a limited edition line of custom furniture that was developed to suit the tastes of an entire clientele.

Dubbed the “Avenger’s Kitchen,” the furniture is crafted from locally sourced lamb from a small family farm and sourced from local producers in Israel, the Geva spokesperson said.

The furniture is based on a range of materials, including a series of aluminum plates made of carbon fiber, aluminum tubes, and a steel base plate.

The concept is based around a theme that will be familiar to anyone who has worked with high-end consumer electronics, with each individual piece having been designed to fit a particular client’s needs.

The designer’s team is using custom wood and fabric for the exterior, which is made from natural and recycled materials.

The project is part of a global trend toward creating new consumer products from local and organic materials.

The Geva team said they hope the project will inspire consumers to choose a sustainable lifestyle by making the most of their time and energy.

The designers also hope to help with environmental and social responsibility in the design process, with the ultimate goal of creating a sustainable product that contributes to the world’s sustainability.

“Avengers Kitchen” will go on sale in the fall, Geva said.

“We’re in the midst of a major transformation in our industry.

This is a chance for us to bring something new to the market, something that is both elegant and functional,” Geva CEO and president Gideon Diament said.

“This is an opportunity for our customers to have something unique in their home.”

According to Geva, the furniture will sell for about US$1,200 per piece.

Geva also said that it would have a “great” customer retention rate of 80 percent, and that the project would take 10 to 15 years to complete.

For more than 50 years, Herzliyan has been a hub for Israeli luxury brands.

The country has one of the largest wine, spirits and bakery industries in the Middle East, with wine-producing vineyards growing on over 500 hectares of land, and restaurants, bars, shops, boutiques and residential buildings that cater to the country’s elite.

Gevah Group, which owns the Geva Group and owns several of the top hotels in the country, is also based in the capital city.