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NS Residence / Blatman-Cohen Architects

22:00 - 25 June, 2015
NS Residence / Blatman-Cohen Architects, © Amit Giron
© Amit Giron

© Amit Giron © Amit Giron © Amit Giron © Amit Giron + 25

Netanya City Hall Proposal / Zarhy Architects

07:00 - 7 March, 2012
Courtesy of Zarhy Architects
Courtesy of Zarhy Architects

In their design proposal for the Netanya City Hall, Zarhy Architects aimed to create an urban square that functions as a space which creates a direct connection between the public entities, the residents, and the rest of the city. Their approach was to refrain from building one tower which is indifferent to the street and instead, to introduce a “campus” of municipal buildings that provides an integral public space designed to serve the residents of the city of Netanya, as a generous and active urban square. More images and architects’ description after the break.

National Monument Marking the Red Army's Victory over Nazi Germany / TheHeder Partnership

17:00 - 4 May, 2011
Courtesy of TheHeder Partnership
Courtesy of TheHeder Partnership

Israel’s government, with the agreement of the Russian government has proposed erecting a monument to mark the Red Army’s victory over Nazi Germany. Taking on the design challenge, TheHeder Partnership draws your eyes to the horizon as you are overcome with openness and freedom and the spirit of the moment of victory. More images and architects’ description after the break.