Culture, Civic & Education
A public building is a mirror of society.
Nothing is as exciting as designing for kids, for people, and for the community, as we strive to create spaces that inspire and foster learning, creativity, and growth.
It is our responsibility
The design of public buildings encompasses everything from creating spaces for children to designing iconic structures that reflect a culture. These buildings are funded and built using public resources with the aim of enhancing the well-being of the community. We believe that the design of public buildings is a privilege that comes with a great responsibility.
Sending a public message
Public buildings possess an immense capacity to inspire and educate, offering compelling and easily accessible exemplars of spaces that champion sustainability, inclusivity, creativity, and the values of democracy and liberalism. The strategic placement of these buildings within the urban landscape - whether elevated on a plinth, thoughtfully integrated as a central node, nestled within a neighborhood, seamlessly blending with the streetscape, or even set back behind a fence - each design choice serves as a powerful communicator, shedding light on the profound relationship between the public and the state.
Featured Projects & Stories
FAMO Pavilion at Orgatec
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Innovation Center
An Innovative EdTech Hub in the Heart of the Negev Desert
Kochav Ha’tsafon Elementary School
Our most important clients: Kids!
Kochav Ha’tsafon Sports hall
Maccabi Sport Museum
Trophy in a white box.
2025, Reality show
A 3,000 sqm reality TV set designed & built within four months
What appears to be a building, is a state-of-the-art levitation machine.
Technion Dormitories Competition, Proposal 1
Technion Dormitories Competition, Proposal 2
Ofakim High School
A high school and middle school complex with 36 classrooms and a community sports hall
Rinatya Community Center
JNF Conference Centre
Nestled amongst the desert stars, perched over a crater
By harnessing the potential of public buildings and appreciating their value, we can create spaces that not only captivate the eye but also uplift societies, fostering a sense of community and progress.
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