Projects

Habima

The main goal of the architect Rami Carmi was to make the national theatre transparent to the public from all directions, so people coming from the square or Rothschild boulevard could see through the lobby all the way to the entrance of the Robina hall

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Holon Theatre

The Holon theatre was built in the late 70s to serve as the town’s main City Hall.
The restoration of the building transformed the main facade with a transparent wall facing the street and the public square, while the inside foyer’s bright and elegant lighting can be seen shining from far away.

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Philharmonic House

In the heart of the white city of Tel Aviv , it was built during the 1950’s, shortly after the establishment of the state of Israel, by renowned architects Dov Karmi and Zeev Rechter.
Through typical Bauhaus architecture style, the complex was completely restored in 2013, observing very strict conservation regulations.

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Davidson Centre

The Davidson Center and Archaeological Park tell the true story of the city through the centuries, most of the space is underneath the west wall level , the part above ground level is transparent, with the old city of Jerusalem and the wailing wall providing the backdrop scene.

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Gan Sacher Cafe

The biggest park in the city centre of Jerusalem. The city hall commissioned coffee shop is constructed of thin columns holding a pergola style roof. Small spots recessed in the floor light up the columns along their length and a small pulsing movement between them create a subtle hint at the old merry-go-rounds.

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Givon Square

Givon square is a new public space in the city centre of Tel Aviv. It used to be a parking place, which has now been moved underground in the area below the square. The lighting design of the square was inspired by the movie sets.

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The Israeli Museum

After the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, his daughter Dalia Rabin established the Israeli Museum with the goal of describing the history of Israel in the period from Yitzhak Rabin’s birth until his death on November 4th 1995. The Museum’s itinerary is divided into 12 chapters , told through visuals, video, light and sound installations.

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Rishon Lezion

The modern architecture of the new city hall of Rishon Lezion is in stark contrast with the historic gardens around it, highlighting rather than damaging, their character. The particular shape of the building was emphasised through the concept of ‘linear light’, on the front facade and interiors of the building alike.

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Floralist

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Elifelet Station

The very first metro line of Tel Aviv. The city centre’s main station, Elifelet, is located along a 19th century train line which used to go from Jaffa to Damascus and all the way up to Istanbul.

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Merav Hospital

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.

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