Architects and Town Planners

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Bea Architects and Town Planners was founded in 1985 by Architect Batia Svirsky-Melloul.

In the past three decades, BEA has firmly established itself as a major and prolific force in the local market. Gaining vast experience in town planning, architecture and design, we have also made a recent significant addition to the firm management: Architect Gaston Gilitchensky (Graduated cum laude from TAU) was made partner, in a goal to further maintain a fresh and dynamic approach towards future growth.

BEA is specialized in planning of major public buildings, most notably Educational, Cultural and Community complexes. BEA strides for an integrative and holistic planning: While putting an emphasis on aesthetics and functionality, we maintain a sensible and meticulous approach throughout the initial urban layout, special integration, and finally - interior design.



B. Arch & MSc in architecture and town planning. Graduate of Architecture with honors in 1980, from the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion, and Master from 1984 – also with honors.

Previously she worked in the office of arch. David Yanai and the office of Professor Al Mansfeld, until She established the office - "Bea Architects and Town Planners" at 1985 and since acquired a customer list who choose to work with her Time after time,

The firm employs seven people, including four architects and an interior designer. At BEA we offer a unique professional approach, as we are involved in every step of forming the project vision alongside our customer. As A professional Team, We pride ourselves in in being extensively sensitive to our client’s needs, supplying with ingenuitive planning and design solutions, customizing them according to the project’s functional layout and keeping up with budget limitations. A flexible and adaptive overlook is a key factor in our planning philosophy towards a quality end-product that will fit out client’s satisfaction.


B. Arch, Graduate of Architecture with honors in 2012, from the School of Architecture, University of Tel Aviv.

His days at the office begun during his student days and now functions as The Office Manager and partner in the architectural firm.

Gaston is responsible for managing projects while coordinating all the workers and bringing them into one group that works in full cooperation. Unlike normal people, Gaston was given 30 hours a day, and it is probably the reason for his tremendous capacity.


Feminine Presence in 21st century Architecture

For a decade Architect Batia Svirsky Melloul is the curator of The Symposium on the Feminine Presence in 21st century Architecture. The event is a co-production of the municipality of the city of Holon in Israel, together with The Israel Association of United Architects (AIUA). The event is organized every year on March- close to International women Day within the "Woman Festival" in Holon.

Woman Festival 2013 >>  Woman Festival 2014 >>  Woman Festival 2015 >>

The most promising architecture project for the 2013 year in Israel

Bar Ilutowitz, Binian Ve diur, 2012

A collection of eight future projects categorized as the most promising projects of the 2013 year in Israel. Among them, the art and music center in Ashkelon, planned in collaboration between Bea architects and the French Architecture studio of Architect Manuel gautrand.

An article from Binian Ve Diur >>

An open competition for the evaquation of the Herzlia airport and the planning of a new residential neighborhood

This article explains the importance of this competition and shows the first, second and third price award winners. Bea architect won the second prize award.


The article from Xnet >>

"Yeled mutar", Michael Yakobson, Xnet, 03/2011

An article in Hebrew about modest architecture that can make the difference – the children club in Netivot.


The article from Xnet >>






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Address: 10 Hashahar St. Holon, ISRAEL

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