A design proposal for facade and lobby
renovation of a commercial premises.
The new layout of the building’s entrance
offers a welcoming seating area which is
enveloped by large windows facing the street.
The facade renovation empowers the appearance
of the office building and turns it into a
well-respected bank building.
The Crusader fortress of Atlit was built in 1218 AD.
Its archeological remains are still part of the
landscape today. The proposed heritage center sits
on the highest point in the area overlooking breathtaking
views of the Mediterranean Sea. Based on a lighthouse
concept, the main architectural element of the structure
is a hovering glass room facing the water and illuminated
during the night.
The Museum of Israeli Art is located in a
Bauhaus building that was built in the 1930’s.
The proposed addition to the museum includes
4 new art galleries in a new 2,000 sqm sculpture
garden overlooking the Yarkon River natural park.
Attempting to preserve the green environment of
the park, en eco-friendly architecture was applied:
Light construction practices, Friendly building
materials and landscape development provide a
sustainable green project.