In order to reach fine results, an effort was made to emphasize the functional and metaphorical elements together with technological developments in architecture.


Value added elements in the building design:

- The courthouse is situated into the landscape in a sensitive and orderly manner

- The planned courthouse forms an integral part of the urban planning scheme of the city square.

- The design envisages a transparent interaction between the building and the public

- Modesty and sensitivity are integrated into the planning.


Year: 2004

Location: Herzeliya, Israel

Building Area: 10,000 sqm

Site Area: 4 acres

Type: Open Competition

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