Posts tagged as 'Tel Aviv'

Google Tel Aviv by Camenzind Evolution, Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, photo: Itay Sikolski

Google Tel Aviv by Camenzind Evolution, Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, photo: Itay Sikolski

Together with Swiss design team Camenzind Evolution, Israel-based Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal have designed the 8’000 m2 Tel Aviv offices of Google Israel.

 

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Herta and Paul Amir Building by Preston Scott Cohen, photo: Amit Geron

In an attempt to ‘square the triangle’, or the triangular building plot to be more specific, the American architectural practice of Preston Scott Cohen have developed this multifaceted, perspective-distorting Herta and Paul Amir Building for the complex of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Designed to comprise several storeys of spacious, rectangular exhibition rooms within ‘a tight, idiosyncratic, triangular site’, the 18500-square-meters building is now a home to a vast collection of Israeli art as well as multiple architecture, design, drawings and prints galleries, a study centre, a library and an auditorium. (more…)

'Axum' and 'Labibella' stools by David Keller

Young Israeli designer David Keller has designed a pair of stools called ‘Axum’ and ‘Lalibella’ that are inspired by the Ethiopian cultural influences present in multi-ethnic Israel.

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