The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world's leading art and archaeology museums. Founded in 1965, the Museum houses encyclopedic collections, including works dating from prehistory to the present day, in its Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Jewish Art and Life Wings, and features the most extensive holdings of biblical and Holy Land archaeology in the world. The Museum is really a campus of integrated pavilions and gardens covering approximately 80 dunam (20 acre).
|Client:||Municipality Tel Aviv Jaffa + Tel Aviv Foundation|
|Location:||Tel Aviv, Bialik Square|
|Architect / Planner:||Original - Moshe Cherner|
|Architect / Planner:||Renovation - Efrat-Kowalsky|
|Budget:||$10M – 40M shekels|
The historic and original Old City Hall is located on Bialik Street and was reconstructed as a building for preservation for the 100 year anniversary of the City.
|Client:||World Zionist Organization|
|Location:||Mount Herzl Jerusalem|
|Architect / Planner:||Mark Bobovitch | Shmuel Davidson|
|Display Designer:||Udi Armoni | Daniel Fichman |Anat Herman|
|Budget:||$4M – 16M shekels|
The Herzl Museum, located on the Mount Herzl the National Cemetery in Jerusalem. The museum is an educational institute dedicated to preserving Herzl's memory.
|Client:||Science Museum + Jerusalem Foundation|
|Architect / Planner:||Shoken | Avrahami|
|Display Designer:||Science Museum|
|Budget:||$7M – 28M shekels|
The Museum was founded by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The Jerusalem Foundation, and operates under their auspices.
|Location:||Jerusalem , Mandelbaum Gate|
The Museum is situated in a building constructed in 1932 by the Arab-Christian architect, Anton Baramki.