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Vertical Stone House / HENKIN SHAVIT Architecture & Design

  • Architects: HENKIN SHAVIT Architecture & Design
  • Location: Safed, Israel
  • Designers: Henkin Irit & Shavit Zohar
  • Area: 150.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Asaf pinchuk

© Asaf pinchuk © Asaf pinchuk © Asaf pinchuk © Asaf pinchuk

Bauhaus Apartment Redesign / Studio Raanan Stern Architect

© Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin © Gidon Levin

NS Residence / Blatman-Cohen Architects

  • Architects: Blatman-Cohen Architects
  • Location: Emek Khefer Street, Netanya, Israel
  • Area: 450.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: Amit Giron

© Amit Giron © Amit Giron © Amit Giron © Amit Giron

Villa C / Gal Marom Architects

  • Architects: Gal Marom Architects
  • Location: Caesarea, Israel
  • Area: 510.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Itay Sikolsky

© Itay Sikolsky © Itay Sikolsky © Itay Sikolsky © Itay Sikolsky

Academy of Advanced Studies / Chyutin Architects

  • Architects: Chyutin Architects
  • Location: Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, ז'בוטינסקי 43, Jerusalem, 9214116, Israel
  • Design Team: Bracha Chyutin, Michael Chyutin, Jacques Dahan, Ethel Rosenhek, Joseph Perez
  • Area: 7500.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Ardon Bar-Hama

© Ardon Bar-Hama © Ardon Bar-Hama © Ardon Bar-Hama © Ardon Bar-Hama

Rakafot School’s Grounds / BO-Landscape Architects

© Amit Haas © Amit Haas © Amit Haas © Amit Haas

D House / Paz Gersh Architects

  • Architects: Paz Gersh Architects
  • Location: Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Area: 450.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Oded Smadar

© Oded Smadar © Oded Smadar © Oded Smadar © Oded Smadar

Colorful Illustrations of Tel Aviv’s Eclectic Facades

Take a virtual walk down the streets of Tel Aviv with these illustrations of the city's facades by graphic designer Avner Gicelter. “My aim is to capture the unique essence of the building's features in my illustrations, using a minimal set of graphic elements,” he explained. “After the building's illustration is done I choose a background color out of a palette and a typeface that will reflect what I refer to as a Tel Avivian atmosphere."

Gicelter first had the idea to capture the unique architecture in Tel Aviv’s city center when apartment hunting in 2013. “I got more interested in the building's facade than in the apartments we were looking at,” he said. Since then he has illustrated over 70 different buildings.

Check out some of Gicelter’s illustrations after the break and visit his website to learn more. His illustrations are also available for purchase on Etsy.

24 Chen Blvd.. Image © Avner Gicelter King Albert Square. Image © Avner Gicelter 3 Nezach Israel St.. Image © Avner Gicelter 17 Shmaryahu Levin St.. Image © Avner Gicelter

Apartment in Tel Aviv / Amir Navon-Studio 6B, Maayan Zusman Interior Design, Moran Ben Ami

© Gidon Levin 181 Architecture Photography © Gidon Levin 181 Architecture Photography © Gidon Levin 181 Architecture Photography © Gidon Levin 181 Architecture Photography

A House in Tel Aviv / Weinstein Vaadia Architects

© Amit Geron © Amit Geron © Amit Geron © Amit Geron

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art Examines The International Circulation Of Prefab Concrete Panels

Between 1945 and 1981 around 170 million prefabricated (prefab) residential units were constructed worldwide. Now, as part of a study undertaken by Pedro Alonso and Hugo Palmarola of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile between 2012 and 2014, an exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art features 28 large concrete panel systems from between 1931 and 1981. In so doing, it explores a transnational circulation of these objects of construction, "weaving them into a historical collage of ambitions and short-lived enthusiasm for utopian dreams."

This show, curated by Meira Yagid-Haimovici, is an attempt to reveal "how architecture and urbanism was charged with historical, social, and political narratives, and how the modernist vision promoted the fusion of aesthetics and politics." The models, which are being exhibited as part of the Production Routes exhibition, seek to highlight the richness embodied in 'generic' architecture through the lens of prefab construction methods.

Mediterranean Villa / Paz Gersh Architects

  • Architects: Paz Gersh Architects
  • Location: Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Architect In Charge: Zvi Gersh, Evyatar Cohen
  • Interior Design: Michal Keinan Sinai. Interior Arch
  • Area: 450.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Amit Geron

© Amit Geron © Amit Geron © Amit Geron © Amit Geron

Avocado Grove House / Neuman Hayner Architects

© Amit Gosher © Amit Gosher © Amit Gosher © Amit Gosher

Auerbach Halevy Wins Competition to Design Jewish Sports Museum in Ramat Gan

© Lilika Studio Arch-viz Studio
© Lilika Studio Arch-viz Studio

Auerbach Halevy Architects have been announced as winner of a competition to design a museum to display the history and future of Jewish sports in the heart of the Maccabiah Village – a 22 acre sports complex at the outskirts of Ramat Gan, Israel. With over 700,000 business travelers and tourists entering its gates each year, the complex plans to join the museum with a 350-seat auditorium, three-star hotel and education spaces to maximize its appeal and use. The building will also include the Maccabi House archives - the world's largest repository and collection of documents and objects related to the living heritage of Jewish sports.