First place buildings category - Main operational structure, Ben Gurion Airport, 2006
Rather than scattered, a variety of apparatus functions enjoy centralized services under one roof. The system and its formal configuration established an identifiable language of all the supporting structures in Israel’s international airport.
Amir Mann-Ami Shinar Architects
Partner in charge: Amir Mann
Second place buildings category - Department of Physics, Ben Gurion University, 2007
The building offers several arenas for random interaction within lit and ventilated spaces.
Danny Lazar Architects with participation of Roni Alroi
Shared third place buildings category - School of Computer Science and Communications, IDC Herzliya, 2007
Bordering the north-west side of the campus, the building plays an important part in the gradual development of the Interdisciplinary Center. The open lobby lends a visual connection between the entrance facade and the Eucalyptus grove at the back.
Participating architects: Roy Secker, Adar Secker, Iddo Zamir, Nilli Kabbala, Meirav Sudai, Noam Carmeli
Shared third place buildings category - The Computer Science Building at Tel Aviv Jaffa College, 2007
Continuum of technical laboratories, classes and public spaces creates an urban-like spatial system.
Partner in charge: Amir Kolker
Project architect: Barak Eylam
Project interior architect: Tamar Entebi