Articles tagged Israel


Can space shape how and what children learn? This Tel Aviv school for students with disabilities does

Tel Aviv – The First Inclusive School by Sarit Shani Hay is a prototypical public institution that builds on itself as its students age.


How architects translated the values of a Tel Aviv tech institution into its design

Tel Aviv – Kimmel Eshkolot Architects developed a ‘pixellated’ façade and a virtual cloudlike circulation system for the Check Point Building of Computer Sciences.


The men’s grooming market is growing – so this is what male beauty shops look like now

New York City – Craft&Bloom created a Santorini-inspired pop-up store in New York’s NoLiTa for Israeli male beauty brand Maapilim.


In Tel Aviv, an office has the pros of an open and closed floor plan, all in one

Tel Aviv – PerimeterX, a high-tech company in Israel, gets the best of both (spatial) worlds with the design of its home base.


What can a psychedelic pop-up club in Israel tell us about surrealism in China?

Jerusalem – At this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, Club All curator Hadas Zucker reflects on the meaning behind a rising Chinese design aesthetic. 


Technology is the tool of choice for these five Jerusalem Design Week exhibitors

Jerusalem – During this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, exhibitors used technology to update traditional ways of working, and to question its implications.


'We do not believe in architectural preservation as taxidermy'

Jerusalem – At the recent Jerusalem Design Week, HQ Architects used a scaffolding system to provide visitors a more intimate perspective of a listed building. 


How to make refugee children feel they belong? It starts in the classroom – just look to this Tel Aviv school

Tel Aviv – Through colour and motif, the newly-renovated Hayarden School by Steinberg Fisher and Sarit Shani Hay creates a positive community for primary students.


Mark A-to-Z: R is for Renovation

Reinvigorating city centres and building within the constraints left from the past are challenges that stimulate and highlight architects’ talents.

Norman Hotel by Yaov Messer. Photos Amit Gosher / Sivan Askayo

Yoav Messer saves heritage buildings from demolition

TEL AVIV – The Norman Hotel comprises two buildings: one Modern residence from 1925 and one in eclectic style 1924. Messer found the dilapidated buildings for the developer.

Remez Tower by Aran Binderman and Moshe Zur. Photos Amit Giron

Eran Binderman, Rama Dotan and Moshe Zur apply blinds all over

TEL AVIV – A glass tower includes blinds in the cavities between the inner and the outer glass panes. Not just in the windows but also in the parapet walls and window piers.

Emonim House by Israelevitz Architects. Photos courtesy of the architect

Israelevitz Architects turns a building structure into an enigma

SHFELA – From their small office in old Jaffa, husband and wife Dan and Hila Israelevitz specialize in villas. They do other projects too but their heart is with designing houses.

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