2018 -


Tel Aviv


Haim Shawer


Enzo Appetecchia

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Health above all.

Merav Hospital was originally built in 1972 with the aim of providing medical services to residents of the area. In 2015, the hospital was purchased by a group of investors that began renovations to give the building a new and modern facade made of glass and aluminium.
The minimalist, geometrical shape of the building, with the white frame around the glass facade reminds us of TV screens, which inspired the lighting design. Continuous LED strips follow the perimeter edges of the building’s four blocks for a total of around 400m of LED strips.

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