Tel Aviv MuseumTel Aviv
The relationship between art and the urban environment was expressed through mathematical ratios
In a proposal for a plan for the new building of Tel Aviv Museum, we wanted the façade to convey the relationship between art and the environment that surrounds it. We wanted to express movement contrasting stillness, and we chose the musical rhythm of the waltz, three steel posts, three glass rectangles, and a cylinder that matches their rhythm.
We chose a series of prime numbers for the columns, windows and structures and used basic geometrical shapes – circle, triangle and square for the floor plan.
Size: 10,000 sqm