The project´s site is located in the desert, south to the road which connects Beer Sheva and Hatzerim's air force base camp.


The region's delicate topography is derived from creeks which flow into the seasonal streams during winter, shaping a desert texture of water creeks.


One of these creeks' path, which connect the museum to Beer Sheva's stream, has dictated the positioning of the museum as a continuous and natural part of this water course.


Year: 2017

Location: Hatzerim, Israel

Area: 50,000 sqm

Type: Open Competition

Architects in charge: Arch. Gaston Gilitchensky, Arch. Alessia Tonetti & Arch. Marina Samvelyan

Client: Israeli Air Force

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