Selected Projects Green Building

Residential building Sea Tower in Bat Yam

 

A 36-storey residential tower with 128 residential units, commercial and office space: 35,000 sq.m., 46 million NIS. Architect: Gal Marom, Entrepreneur: Bat Yam Municipality

Due to the proximity to the sea and the height of the building, detailed micro-climate analysis were conducted to ensure that no disturbing winds were created around the building. The building was designed in accordance with a green building standard at "two stars" level and an energy performance rating "B"

Herzliya Hills Office Building

 

20.000 sqm for offices and commerce, architectural planning - Yashar Architects, entrepreneur: Azorim, Ofer Brothers

We used thermodynamic models to determine the optimal mix of different modules for the building's windows in order to achieve comfortable conditions in the building using the right windows can reduce energy consumption, maintaining adequate light penetration and radiation filtering to prevent the heat overload of work spaces

Urban renewal - Villa Rothschild

 

Residential Building and Architectural Conservation Architect: Bar Orian Architects, Entrepreneur: Boulevard Terra

The project is located in the heart of Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv – two six-story building and a unique villa for restoration and preservation. The buildings are designed in accordance with the Green Building Standard, Energy Rating B.

Beit Mataf - The First International Bank, Maayan Sorek

 

A 15,000 square meters office building, , the headquarters of the International Bank's computer arm, architectural planning - Peleg Architects, entrepreneur: The First International Bank

The building was designed in accordance with the principles of green construction, reducing the use of raw materials and the damage to the environment durind construction. The building provides its occupants with thermal comfort, plenty of natural light, clean air and a complete user control of the physical conditions at every work station. The building systems are designed in a manner that significantly reduced the energy consumption in the building. The large southern facade is entirely covered with photovoltaic panels which, in addition to those installed on the roof,   produce clean energy from the sun