Posts Tagged ‘Israel’
Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
Article source: Israel Nottes Architects
In the vicinity of the old roman city of Caesarea in Israel, The plot of the house is located alongside Israel’s biggest golf course and just minutes walk from the sea side and the ruins of the old roman city.
Image Courtesy © Omri Amsalem
- Architects: Israel Nottes Architects
- Project: House N
- Location: Caesarea, Israel
- Photography: Omri Amsalem
- Plot: 650 M2
- Built: 350 M2
- Project year: 2012-2014
Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
Article source: Shaul Kaner Architects
This cinema complex was designed and built in an existing parking building. Located in the city of Jerusalem, The process of the design met different types of challenges. The first challenge was to design a complex that was located near the supreme court of justice and the government official buildings. Planning the complex, which represent entertainment and leisure activities, within a governmental neighborhood was a big challenge. The second challenge was to implement the project with the limitation of an existing structural building. The commercial space level was designed on the roof of the building, and all the cinema rooms were designed under the street level, however in a spacious and dramatic way incorporating large spaces and different colors. There are 15 cinema halls in the projects.
Image Courtesy © Shaul Kaner Architects
Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
Article source: The K.O.T Project Architects and planners
What happens at the junction of a design rich aesthetic from the 50s through the 70s and the “cleanliness” of current design? When minimalist utilitarian carpentry meets crafted objects and Oriental inspiration? What sparks when urbanity and nature loving coalesced? This intersection of worlds is found in the newly designed Nahalat Yitzhak apartment in Tel Aviv.
View at the main entrance , Image Courtesy © Gidon Levin
- Architects: The K.O.T Project Architects and planners (kfir Galatia azulay)
- Project: “Fun-ctional box” Duplex Apartment
- Location: Telaviv, Israel
- Photography: Gidon Levin
- Client: Fashion designer and his partner, a media figure
- Area: 138 sqm
- Project year: 2016
Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
Article source: Ella Sahar Architecture & Interior Design
In the cube-shaped family home there is a striking interplay between open and closed spaces, the private and public domain, and light and darkness. The origin of this harmonious duality lies in the starting point of the planning process – the cube. Structurally, the cube is closed and confined; but when fused with other cubes, a new, dynamic shape emerges.
Image Courtesy © Lior Avitan
Friday, May 27th, 2016
Article source: Knafo Klimor Achitects
Public buildings, among them theaters, were traditionally built in city centers, adjacent to government and religion buildings. Along history, theaters carried a symbolic role, a place of cultural and architectural values, a demonstration of technology and innovation.
Image Courtesy © Elad Gonen
- Architects: Knafo Klimor Achitects
- Project: Modiin Theater
- Location: Modiin, Israel
- Photography: Elad Gonen
- Software used: Sketchup and Autocad
Thursday, May 19th, 2016
Article source: Ron Fleisher Architects
Ron Fleisher architects office planned the extension of a mid 20’th century village house in Wadi-Ara at times where all the Wadi rioted during the last tension. Being the main road connecting Palestinian highly populated cities in the north of Israel, The villages surplus the Wadi and many of the old village houses are converted into businesses and office buildings.
Image Courtesy © Tal Nisim
- Architects: Ron Fleisher Architects
- Project: Ramat Offices
- Location: Wadi-Ara, Israel
- Photography: Tal Nisim
- Landscape Architect: Kfir Fisher
- Completion: 10/2015
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
Article source: Yaniv Pardo Architects Ltd.
Jaggendorf House, at 10 Yehuda HaLevy Street, was designed in 1925, by the architects Liberson and Feinstein, in the eclectic style. The building was declared conserved according to the conservation plan and located in the area declared a cultural world heritage site by UNESCO. The house represents a somewhat minimalist style from the 1920s, with the symmetry mainly expressed on the west side. The façade includes an arcer and a projecting balcony with a parapet, as well as an upper section that conceals the tiled roof. The façade is rich in rectangular reliefs, decorated cornices and moulding at the roof edges. At the rear of the house one can discern the sandstone restricting the railway line that was laid here in 1892.
Image Courtesy © Amit Geron
- Architects: Yaniv Pardo Architects Ltd. (Yaniv Pardo and Natalie Zichrony)
- Project: Jaggendorf House
- Location: 10 Yehuda HaLevy Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
- Photography: Amit Geron
- Year: 2011-2015
Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
Article source: Yulie Wollman Architects
Yulie Wollman Architects is a boutique firm, specializing on the design of houses, apartments in skyscrapers and workspaces in offices, operating from a design conception which emphasizes the architectural structure and the human aspect in space. The design approach typical for the firm’s projects drives to achieve perfection, relying primarily on the carefully balanced composition of materials and attention to all details, small and big alike.
The sophistication of interior design trends is the wisdom to smartly adopt them in combination with vision and imagination.
Yulie Wollman boutique firm presents the Floating Cube living space.
Image Courtesy © Yulie Wollman Architects
Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
Article source: Chyutin Architects
The building for the research laboratories of the National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev (NIBN), is situated at the southwestern corner of the Ben-Gurion University campus. The edifice is a part of the university’s laboratory buildings complex and is connected to it by a covered walkway.
Image Courtesy © Amit Geron, Dan Chyutin
- Architects: Chyutin Architects
- Project: Research laboratories of the National Institute for Biotechnology
- Location: Negev, Ben-Gurion University. Israel
- Photography: Amit Geron, Dan Chyutin
- Design team: Bracha Chyutin, Michael Chyutin, Ethel Rosenhek, Jacques Dahan
- Laboratories interior: Moshly- Aldar Architects
- Area: 6000 sqm
- Project year: 2015
Thursday, March 17th, 2016
Article source: ROY DAVID ARCHITECTURE
Roy David Studio was commissioned to design a new office space for the hi-tech company Personetics. The new office is situated inside a newly renovated building proposed by the studio as a high-tech business hub.
Image Courtesy © Yoav Gurin
- Architects: ROY DAVID ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Personetics HQ
- Location: Soncino Street 3, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
- Photography: Yoav Gurin
- Client: Personetics
- Size: 750 sqm
- Year: 2015