Posts Tagged ‘Israel’
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Article source: SO Architecture
The RRG house in Kibbutz Yehiam was designed in natural woodlands in a young residential neighborhood which is being built on the outskirts of town. The House was built on a sloping topography across the field..
Image Courtesy © Shai Epstein
- Architects: SO Architecture (Shachar Lulav and Oded Rosenkier)
- Project: RRG House
- Location: Kibbutz Yehiam, Israel
- Photography: Shai Epstein
- The planning team: Oded Rosenkier, Shachar Lulav, Alejandro Feinerman
- Year: 2015
Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
Article source: Joel Jospe – Architects
When I first saw the lot, the steep slope overlooking the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ein Karem, I wanted to do one thing only – to keep walking forward, hover in the air above the canyon, quietly observing the landscape visible in every direction. This was the primary motivation during planning. I did not give up this desire, or the opportunity inherent in it, and have given it to the owners.
Image Courtesy © Joel Jospe – Architects
- Architects: Joel Jospe – Architects
- Project: Between Land and Sky home
- Location: Beit Zayit, Israel
- Software used: Autocad, 3d max + vray, SketchUp, Photoshop
Friday, October 7th, 2016
Article source: Diff.Studio
The apartment is located on the 26th floor in the center of Tel Aviv.
Large panoramic windows provide an opportunity to admire the city from any area of the room, whether it be a kitchen, dining room, living room.
Image Courtesy © Diff.Studio
- Architects: Diff.Studio (Vitaliy Yurov, Iryna Dzhemesiuk)
- Project: Tel Aviv Apartment
- Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Article source: YBGSNA
Our proposal for the new Regional Council of Building of the District of Judea is based on a balance between our desire to insert a modest intervention in the landscape and a need to design a public building with a substantial formal presence. The relatively large lot (almost 20 dunam) and the modest program, led us to divide the areas into three building masses: a formal “cube” at the upper road with two wings at the lower road, embracing a public plaza.
Image Courtesy © YBGSNA
- Architects: YBGSNA
- Project: The Regional Council of Judea District
- Location: Har Tov, Beit Shemesh, Israel
- Client: The Regional Council of Judea District
- Area: 29,500 m2
Friday, September 2nd, 2016
Article source: Architectures David Tajchman
The Gran Mediterraneo is an innovative concept of High-Rise that integrates a public automated car-park, operates as the first induction charging station for public and shared electric driverless vehicles in the city (future ‘sherut’), and mixes programs of vertical living: residential apartments and hotel, bars and restaurants, farming and public gardens, swimming pools and dead sea spas, co-working spaces for offices and start-ups, educational and events spaces. Innovative also with its topological geometry giving a spiral effect to the high-rise, the Gran Mediterraneo breaks with the global and usual stacking of horizontal slabs wrapped with mirrored glass, aiming to renew Tel Aviv skyline with a ‘Unesco proclaimed white city’ specific vertical architecture. To be built with white concrete, using the latest construction and digital technologies, the curvy high-rise is filled with mediterranean and dead sea natures.
Image Courtesy © Architectures David Tajchman
- Architects: Architectures David Tajchman
- Project: Gran Mediterraneo
- Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
- Design team: Luc izri, David tajchman
- Year: March 2016
- Status: Ongoing
Friday, August 26th, 2016
Article source: Israelevitz Architects
The connections system, between the exterior and the interior as well as the different areas of the house, was at the core of the plan designed by architects Hila and Danny Israelevitz for a house in Savyon, Israel. The result: a house to be discovered, which is not read at once but in stages, while creating a discovery experience, changing interests and sensations.
The owners of the house, which is located in Savyon, came to architects Hila and Dan Israelevitz with a reasonably standard program, with no wild whimsies – all they wanted was a modern house which is open to the outside, functional and convenient for everyday conduct, and suitable for their lifestyle as a family with three children. The chemistry was immediate, and so was the first sketch by architects Israelevitz, which was, actually, the only sketch. “The house owners’ wishes were in line with our concept that the house needs to first and foremost be used suitably for those living in it, and that was the purpose. To create a house which fills the needs of its inhabitants, and at the same time creates and highlights feelings beyond any aspect of time, fashion, or architecture alone”.
Image Courtesy © Elad Sarig
- Architects: Israelevitz Architects (Danny Israelevitz and Hila Dinai Israelevitz)
- Project: Two Family House
- Location: Savyon, Israel
- Photography: Elad Sarig
- Plans and design: Architects Hila and Danny Israelevitz, Israelevitz Architects
- Firm: Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects
- Project Team: Danny Israelevitz, Hila Dinai Israelevitz, Debbie Ruhman
- House area: 310 m2
- Plot area: 500 m2
- Planned and built: 2010 – 2012
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
Article source: Setter Architects Ltd
CA Technologies has recently launched their new development center, spread over 2 floors in Herzliya, Israel.
CA’s guidelines for the design team were to create a young and dynamic environment; as a result the design team came up with an idea for a new kind of work space that incorporated all of the above as well as being inspirational and unique.
Image Courtesy © Itay Sikolski
- Architects: Setter Architects Ltd
- Project: New Development center
- Location: Herzliya, Israel
- Photography: Itay Sikolski
- Project Designer: Bella Ventura
- Design Team: Katya Michkovsky
- Project Manager: Margolin Bros. Engineering & Consulting Ltd.
- Contractor: Terra Engineering & Construction Ltd.
- Size: 2,800 sqm.
- Year: 2016
Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
Article source: Studio Fuksas
A home port for all sailors and a haven for the shipwrecked.
To imagine a place that is not virtual, but real.
To be dedicated to Peace, is an immensely taxing undertaking of profound ethical significance.
Image Courtesy © Amit Geron
- Architects: Studio Fuksas (Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas)
- Project: Peres Peace House
- Location: 132 Kedem Street, Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Photography: Amit Geron and Moreno Maggi
- Client: Peres Center for Peace
- Local Architect: Yoav Messer Architects Ltd, Tel Aviv
- Landscape Architects: TeMA, Tel Aviv
- Engineering: Rokach-Ashkenazi – Engineer, Consultant Ltd.
- Structures Contractor: Kal-Binian Ltd
- Engineering Contractor: Rom Geves Ltd
- Façade Systems and Fastenings: Allumier
- Supervision: Epstein & Sons (Israel) Ltd.
- Cost: 15.000.000 dollars
- Area: 7,000 sq. m.
- Total Floor Area: 2,500 sq. m.
- Period: 1999-2009
Tuesday, July 19th, 2016
Article source: Brahma-Architects
At the onset of this project, when we asked the clients what type of house they were interested in, they replied “a simple house, like a lifeguard tower”.
We designed a one story house spread across a corner lot. Two layers of exposed concrete comprise floor and ceiling with white stucco walls enveloping the house. Sliding the upper plane forward allowed for light penetration at the core of the house as well as air circulation. Between the two layers lies a rectangular tube, separating while connecting inside form out. This unique space houses an entry corridor and art studio.
Image Courtesy © Sharon Tzarfati
- Architects: Brahma-Architects
- Project: LAHO House
- Location: Hofit, Israel
- Photography: Sharon Tzarfati
- Lot size: 1000m2
- Built space: 300m2
- Completion Date: 2015
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016
Article source: Gottesman Szmeclman Architecture
Situated on an extremely narrow site with eucalyptus trees along its southern & eastern edge, Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture’s design of the Faculties of Psychology & Economics Building at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) reflects several key considerations: a commitment to “green” architecture; a desire to create clear and dynamic relationships between architecture and its surrounding; and a commitment to effectively and harmoniously incorporate carefully defined functions within each building.
Image Courtesy © Gottesman Szmeclman Architecture