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Tel Aviv – The First Inclusive School by Sarit Shani Hay is a prototypical public institution that builds on itself as its students age.
Tel Aviv – Kimmel Eshkolot Architects developed a ‘pixellated’ façade and a virtual cloudlike circulation system for the Check Point Building of Computer Sciences.
New York City – Craft&Bloom created a Santorini-inspired pop-up store in New York’s NoLiTa for Israeli male beauty brand Maapilim.
Tel Aviv – PerimeterX, a high-tech company in Israel, gets the best of both (spatial) worlds with the design of its home base.
Jerusalem – At this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, Club All curator Hadas Zucker reflects on the meaning behind a rising Chinese design aesthetic.
Jerusalem – During this edition of the Jerusalem Design Week, exhibitors used technology to update traditional ways of working, and to question its implications.
Jerusalem – At the recent Jerusalem Design Week, HQ Architects used a scaffolding system to provide visitors a more intimate perspective of a listed building.
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.
Reinvigorating city centres and building within the constraints left from the past are challenges that stimulate and highlight architects’ talents.
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.
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.
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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