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Prestigious Villa in Ramat Gan, Israel by Dror Barda Architects

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Article source: Dror Barda Architects 

This prestigious villa is composed of two buildings: A house with a built-up area of about 700 m looking out onto the pool, and a guest house with a built-up area of about 200 m that sits directly on the edge of the pool.

Within the framework of this unique project, we challenged the forces of gravity by means of a floating cube/ark with a size of about 70 m which serves as the master bedroom and is connected by a bridge to another part of the residential floor. The ceiling of the ark is disconnected from the rounded roof above it, and an upper window lets the daylight in (with appropriate lighting also during evening hours), completing the ark’s detachment on all sides.

Image Courtesy © Dror Barda Architects

  • Architects: Dror Barda Architects 
  • Project: Prestigious Villa
  • Location: Ramat Gan, Israel
  • Built-up Area: About 900 m (700 m + 200 m)


Round Robin in Ramat Gan, Israel by ROY DAVID STUDIO

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Article source: ROY DAVID STUDIO

Round Robin is a fresh technological innovation hub specializing in software. They partner with leading companies and co-found promising start-ups. From games to websites, the studio functions like a tightly knitted platform where the customers get way more than what their bargained for.

As the team started getting bigger, Round Robin partnered with Roy David Architecture Studio to design their new 1200 sqm office space offices located in the Stock Exchange District, Ramat Gan, Israel.

Image Courtesy © ROY DAVID STUDIO

  • Architects: ROY DAVID STUDIO
  • Project: Round Robin
  • Location: Stock Exchange District, Ramat Gan, Israel
  • Client: Round Robin
  • Size: 1,200 sqm
  • Year: 2016


House in Ramat Gan, Israel by Ella Sahar Architecture & Interior Design

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

Image Courtesy © Lior Avitan


Shenkar Glass Gallery in Ramat Gan, Israel by Geotectura

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

Article source: Geotectura

The Michal and Avraham Kadar Media Lab was designed by Geotectura for Shenkar College within an 90 years old building. The project has many labs and workshops as part of a retrofit and add-ons design but the main element is a floating steel and glass structure within the existing fabric. The project includes a center for interaction design and technology, a computer gaming lab, plastic workshop and 3D printing lab.

Image Courtesy © LiorAvitan

Image Courtesy © LiorAvitan

  • Architects: Geotectura, Dr. Joseph Cory
  • Project: Shenkar Glass Gallery
  • Location: Ramat Gan, Israel
  • Photography: LiorAvitan
  • Software used: Revit 
  • Project Manager: OferGabay
  • Structural Engineer: Sayag Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineer: EyalNiv Engineers
  • Contractor: Ida Invest
  • Client: Shenkar College (
  • Area:1200sq.m., Glass Gallery 100 sq.m.
  • Year: 2015


The Wohl Centre in Ramat-Gan, Israel by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind

The Wohl Centre, a major expansion to the Bar-Ilan University Campus in Ramat-Gan, Israel, completed in 2005 is the central convention center for the university, utilized for university programs and special events. The 38,000-square-foot convention center stands on a critical crossroad in the campus and opens a dialogue between the university and its neighbors. As such, it is a gateway and beacon for the students, faculty, guests and the public.

Night View (Images Courtesy BitterBredt)

  • Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Name of Project: The Wohl Centre
  • Location: Ramat-Gan, Israel
  • Building size: 38,000 sq.ft, 910 Seating
  • Structure: Reinforced Concrete, Steel Structure with Laquered Aluminum Façade
  • Client: Bar-Ilan University Maurice Wohl Foundation
  • Image credit: BitterBredt, Studio Daniel Libeskind


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