(First Prize, Israel Association of Architects
The competition goals were to explore the main Tel-Aviv Boulevards.
We saw this competition as an opportunity to find a nexus to the unclear and diffuse urban structure of Tel-Aviv.
Our proposal included connecting the three main boulevards enhanced as a main spine, the extremities of this arch reaching the sea. This new combined boulevard would define an 'inner' and an 'outer' city.
Along the boulevards, we allowed buildings to regroup as larger structures, more suitable to a main boulevard.
The space between buildings, and the wasted 'pilotis' floors were filled to create new commercial spaces that could enhance the street experience.
(with H. Schwartz and A. Sivan)