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Tel Aviv’s Reuse Run Isn’t Just About Architecture
New projects at a range of scales and typologies reveal contestation around conservation and memory.
In the Doldrums of Quarantine, Enjoy Online Culture from These 13 World-Class Institutions
With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping millions at home, museums and galleries worldwide are keeping audiences engaged with these online offerings.
At Tel Aviv University, a New Science Building Looks—and Acts—Like a Cloud
A salutation to the two science departments it holds, the Check Point Building’s ephemeral form contrasts with the campus’s more orthogonal buildings.
In Israel, a Minimalist Concrete House Serves as an Exercise in Precision Design
Architect Asaf Gottesman aimed to use a the exacting details of concrete architecture to sharped the skills of his younger architects.