Axelrod Architects redesigned and transformed this single-family house in Tel Aviv to reflect the clients’ love of serenity and sleek modern design.
Richard Meier & Partners completes its first international residential tower. The new building is inspired by the scale and Bauhaus design principles of its White City neighbors. A double layer façade of clear glass with a delicate white louver screen inspired by traditional Middle Eastern clothing provides lightness and transparency.
The new Google Office in Tel Aviv represents a new milestone for Google in the development of innovative work environments: nearly 50% of all areas have been allocated to create communication landscapes, giving countless opportunities to employees to flexibly collaborate and communicate with other Googlers in a diverse and inspiring environment.
Design: Uri Cohen Architects
This home was designed for a client who wished to build his home next to his farm. The property design combines some of the utilitarian images of local agriculture buildings focusing on the ‘beams’ construction of a ‘country home’.
Design: Metropole Architects
The project represents the crowning achievement of a successful international collaboration between an Israeli client and project manager, an Arab Israeli contractor, a Russian Israeli engineer and a South African architect.
Architects: Roy David Studio
Blanco is a fresh and revolutionary advertising company specializing in projects from varied fields. As the team started getting bigger, Blanco partnered with Roy David Architecture Studio to design their new 200 sqm office.
Architects: Daniel Arev Architecture – new photos
The clients desired “Provence” characteristics. Traditional details were adopted but given a modern twist. Key characters were the roof design and the simple geometry of the façades.
Design: Gali Amit Architects
Large floor-to-ceiling windows show magnificent cityscapes. The apartment appropriates a ‘sense of urbanism’ with a double-height ‘public space’ with selective materials and tonality.
Design: Miron Sorin, from Miron Sorin Architects
The harsh desert climate environment and the industrial neighborhood imposed limited openings size and acoustic design for the upper floors. The lobby has wide, shaded structural glazing walls.
Architects: Studio de Lange
The design plan is minimalist and the material scale is monochrome. It includes natural stone, exposed concrete and aluminum, all found in varying quantities on the exterior as well as interior of the home.
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