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Jerusalem: The Latest Architecture and News

Jerusalem Design Week

Jerusalem Design Week will return in physical form to the Hansen House and will open on 1.7.2021 Under the theme “Runaway Circus”.

Sacher Park Cafe / Yaniv Pardo Architects

© Amit Gosher© Amit Gosher© Amit Gosher© Amit Gosher+ 22

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  250
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Creation Baumann, iGuzzini, Alum-D, Arkanstil, Oz Cremica, +1

The Flat Vault / AAU ANASTAS

© Mikaela Burstow© Mikaela Burstow© Mikaela Burstow© Mikaela Burstow+ 31

Jerusalem, Palestine
  • Architects: AAU ANASTAS
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  50
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: AGC, Reggiani, Injassa Stone, Local Industires

The Memorial Hall of Israel’s Fallen at Mount Herzl / Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron+ 42

Jerusalem, Israel
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  5000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: BTI Metals Center, XENOM

The Gazelle Valley Park / Weinstein Vaadia Architects + Rachelle Wiene

© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener
© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener

© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener© Amit Geron, Amir Balaban & Rachelle Wiener+ 18

Jerusalem, Israel

Academy of Advanced Studies / Chyutin Architects

© Ardon Bar-Hama© Ardon Bar-Hama© Ardon Bar-Hama© Ardon Bar-Hama+ 29

Jerusalem, Israel

The Youth Wing for Art Education Entrance Courtyard / Ifat Finkelman + Deborah Warschawski

© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron© Amit Geron+ 56

AD Classics: Soreq Nuclear Research Center / Philip Johnson

American architect and Prizker Prize winner Philip Johnson - who would have turned 107 today - is well known for his contributions to 20th century architecture, from the modernist Glass House in 1949 to his later infamous post modernist AT&T building in 1984. But did you know that Johnson designed a brutalistic nuclear plant in Israel? More on this monolithic concrete structure after the break...

via www.soreq.gov.ilPhoto by Arnold Newman, via eng.archinform.net Philip Johnson and Gideon Ziv, Sorek Nuclear Research Center, Israel, 1956-9 (from: Zvi Efrat, The Israeli Project: Building and Architecture 1948-1973)   Philip Johnson and Gideon Ziv, Sorek Nuclear Research Center, Israel, 1956-9 (from: Zvi Efrat, The Israeli Project: Building and Architecture 1948-1973)  + 12

Israel Museum / James Carpenter Design Associates + Efrat Kowalsky Architects

© Tim Hursley© Tim Hursley© Tim Hursley© Tim Hursley+ 26

Jerusalem, Israel

Israel National Library Competition Entry / Gil Even-Tsur

Designed by Gil Even-Tsur Architecture Workshop, their concept for the new National Library suggests that the architecture should be critical, strong, but also deferential and contextually responsive. Their intent is to display an almost aesthetic neutrality in terms of its form, assemblies, and materials by providing an architecture that acknowledges this complexity. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Museum of Nature and Science Winning Proposal / Schwartz Besnosoff + SO Architecture

Designed by Schwartz Besnosoff + SO Architecture, their competition winning proposal for the Museum of Nature and Science in Jerusalem emphasizes the desire to create an open, absorbent, breathing building – the type of building that communicates with the environment, and not a closed structure with fences and a guard. In accordance with the sustainable planning approach, the building's external appearance is restrained and modest, on the one hand blending into the environment, and on the other hand enveloping a flexible, multifaceted, and dynamic structure. More images and architects' description after the break.

Orthodox School in Remle / Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

Courtesy of Dan and Hila IsraelevitzCourtesy of Dan and Hila IsraelevitzCourtesy of Dan and Hila IsraelevitzCourtesy of Dan and Hila Israelevitz+ 19

Jerusalem, Israel

Barud House / Paritzki & Liani Architects

© Omri Amsalem© Amit Geron © Amit Geron © Amit Geron + 21

Jerusalem, Israel

Mamilla Hotel / Safdie Architects

© Ardon Bar Hama© Ardon Bar Hama© Ardon Bar HamaMamilla Hotel / Safdie Architects+ 12

Jerusalem, Israel

AD Classics: Shrine of the Book / Armand Phillip Bartos and Frederick John Kiesler

AD Classics: Shrine of the Book / Armand Phillip Bartos and Frederick John KieslerAD Classics: Shrine of the Book / Armand Phillip Bartos and Frederick John KieslerAD Classics: Shrine of the Book / Armand Phillip Bartos and Frederick John KieslerAD Classics: Shrine of the Book / Armand Phillip Bartos and Frederick John Kiesler+ 6