Over thousands years of history, Israeli architecture has been influenced by conquering forces, such as the Greeks, Romans, Crusaders (most influential of which were the Templars), Arabs, Turks, and finally the British.
Against this background, the renewal of Jewish migration since the second half of the 19th century enriched the local (Jewish) population with the diversity of cultures developed over millennia in the diaspora, thus giving birth to an eclectic architectural style which prevailed until the 1930s, when the International Style, spreading all over the Western World, arrived. It was a major influence on local (Jewish) architecture, particularly its economic aspects, and it became the dominant architectural style at the time of the establishment of the State of Israel State in 1948.
Published since 1988, Architecture of Israel magazine aims to promote climate and environmental awareness, creative and feasible architecture (as stated on its website www.aiq.co.il), thus providing a platform for essential and fertile dialogue between Israeli architecture and the international architecture, in both Western and Eastern contexts.
This dialogue is practically expressed by annual international competition 'Project of the Year', promoted jointly by Architecture of Israel and the European Union.

Advisory Board


Arch. Prof. Tigran Haas, KTH, Sweden

Arch. Prof. Benamy Turkienicz, Brazil

Arch. Dr. Osnat Rozen Kremer Wizo, Haifa 

Prof. Naomi Carmon, Technion, Haifa

Architect Osvaldo Stav, Israel

Architect Roni Seibert, Israel

Arch. Prof. Rafi Rich, Hebrew University

Arch. Prof. Isaac A. Meir, Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Arch. Prof. Yasha Grobman, Technion, Haifa