Moshe Safdie gets AIA Gold and Ehrlich takes home the Firm Award

Architecture, Awards, International, News
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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Yad Vahsem Holocaust History Museum (Courtesy Timothy Hursley)

Yad Vahsem Holocaust History Museum (Courtesy Timothy Hursley)

The American Institutes of Architects has bestowed its most prestigious accolade, the 2015 AIA Gold Medal, to Israeli-born, Canadian-American architect Moshe Safdie. His influential projects—such as The Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem, the Salt Lake City Library, and the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore—have spanned the globe and demonstrated a muscular, yet sensitive style that, embedded with social responsibility, prioritizes the community experience with special attention to the context of a given place and to the public realm.

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SANAA Shares Renderings of Bazalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem

International
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
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Rendering of the new campus (Courtesy SANAA)

Rendering of the new campus (Courtesy SANAA)

The Architecture firm Sejima & Nishizawa and Associates (SANAA), in partnership with Israel’s Nir-Kutz Architects, recently unveiled a proposal for a new 400,000 square-foot building for Jerusalem’s Bazalel Academy of Arts and Design. The design of the new building aims to promote collaboration between the school’s eight different—and currently separate—departments by housing them under one roof for the first time. There will be space for classrooms, studios, offices, two auditoriums, public galleries, and cafes.

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