With its appropriate design and location, it is one of the best buildings constructed in Israel in recent years
Ahead of a visit to Israel to speak on sustainable building, an interview with Oslo-based, Israeli-born architect Dan Zohar.
Society for the Protection of Nature to move into the house that served Israel's first four prime ministers.
On a site where medical services were once provided free of charge, the W hotel is designed for the rich.
The split between North and South Korea, an index of architecture in the Arab world, a project on parliament buildings around the globe, and lots of Rem Koolhaas. A survey of the interesting exhibits at the world’s premier architecture event.
Exhibit at Venice Biennale of Architecture focuses on the historic blandness of construction in Israel.
Incorporating only the facade of the historic Palace Hotel and an aura of the past, the world-famous Waldorf puts itself on the map of the city's luxury accommodations.
Changing attitudes toward animals have led zoo architects to rethink their designs. How do Israeli designers meet the needs of animals and visitors alike?
The members of Kibbutz Mishol gave up on the whole rural idea and moved into an abandoned immigrant absorption center in Upper Nazareth.
Since the station was first planned, Sderot has become not only a symbol of the Israeli periphery, but also a town periodically under attack by missiles launched from Gaza.