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Israeli Architects Offices : Design Practices

Architectural Studios Israel – Key Middle East Designers

post updated 25 June 2021

Israeli Design Offices

Israeli Architect – Architect Listings

This page contains a selection of major Israeli architecture offices, with links to individual practice pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Israeli Architects, but additions are always welcome. The focus is on contemporary Israel architects but information on traditional architecture studios is also welcome.

Currently the most notable architecture practices are Chyutin Architects and SO Architecture, though neither produces much work outside the country. The most famous Israeli designers is Ron Arad but he is based in London.

Additions for the Israeli Architects Studios page welcome

Israeli Architecture
Rosso Restaurant by Israeli Architects
photograph : Asaf Oren

Links to Israeli Architect Studio InformationArchitects Practices listed alphabetically by surname

Israeli Architects Practices

Chyutin Architects

Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

Lior Vaknin

Moshe Safdie Architects (based in Boston, USA – Branch Offices in Jerusalem)

SO Architecture

Israel Architect Studios featured on this site but not listed in architect practice section

Nir Kutz Architects

Pitsou Kedem

Preston Scott Cohen – main office based in Cambridge, MA, USA

Talmon Biran Architecture Studio

Famous Israeli Architect + Designer

Ron Arad – international designer based in London, England

Additional Israeli architecture studios welcome : please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) & architect practice profile to us at the e-mail address below

Location: Israel, the Middle East, weastern Asia

Israeli Architecture – Latest Designs

Tel Aviv House
Design: Chyutin Architects
Tel Aviv House
photograph from architect
Tel Aviv House
The ground floor was designed as a living room, kitchen and dining room, with wide windows overlooking the yard surrounded by a high fence. The first floor was made into the son’s apartment and studio.

Rothschild Tower, Tel Aviv
Design: Richard Meier & Partners Architects
Rothschild Tower, Tel Aviv Israel
render : DBOX
Rothschild Tower
Historically architecture in Tel Aviv consists mostly of low scale Bauhaus style buildings designed in the 1930’s. Known as the White City, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. Rothschild Blvd runs through the heart of the White City and is an active pedestrian street with a central green space, alleys of trees and a variety of restaurants street cafes and espresso pavilions.

Community Centre for People with Disabilities, Holon
Design: Golany Architects
Community Centre for People with Disabilities, Holon
photography : Amit Gosher
Community Centre for People with Disabilities, Holon
Inclusive design approach was implemented, so as to create an environment suiting all. It was important to make sure that the accessibility provision would not result in an unattractive, stigmatizing, remedial environment that announces people’s disability, but rather, to create a setting where everyone would feel comfortable and equal.

Architecture in Countries close to Israel

Egyptian Architecture

Lebanon Architecture

Jordan Architecture

Architecture Studios

Additions / photos for the Israeli Architect Offices page welcome