It’s always been dirty and noisy in Israel and the world; perhaps it is the number of offenders, or just more awareness
The city's planners didn't aim for the look to be pleasing, but rather to reflect the truth. A new book about Tel Aviv's Brutalist buildings seeks to raise awareness of the architectural values and the local context on which the city was built
Graduates of an Israeli university in the West Bank say they were never spoken to about politics during their studies – it shows
No one in Israel can remember the last time there was such a spectacular profusion of poinciana trees as this year. The time has come to turn this red urban miracle into a global tourist attraction
Newly unveiled plans illustrate how wasteful the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago will be and, paradoxically, how a state-of-the-art concept can still be anachronistic
Planners hoped that they could turn an ordinary city into a dazzling tourist Mecca with the addition of a cultural jewel.
The restaurant was home to New York’s glittering architecture scene, from Frank Gehry to Zaha Hadid, and a work of art in its own right.
Fred Rothstein documented the New York experience during the 1920s and 1930s, along with the city’s construction boom during the Great Depression. His granddaughter, Navah Joy Uzan, breaks down his photos in her video work and integrates them with her own contemporary photos from Israeli construction sites.
A new exhibition in Be'er Sheva examines the tradition of the classic Israeli flora and fauna guidebooks as reflected in contemporary art.
With workplace deaths a common occurrence on construction sites across the country, why are architects not getting involved and voicing their concern?