In parallel with the firm’s activities, Amos and Moran teach at Bezalel, as well as conducting workshops and tours with architects and groups from abroad in ongoing collaboration with the ETH in Zurich and the Academy of Art in Munich.
as a part of local elections in jerusalem, we ran a campaign to allow public rental housing being built in public areas – above public functions. After a succesful election, we manged to influence an ammendment to the national law to allow increase of public housing.
Regional guidelines – Jerusalem
Densification policy for the light rail Jerusalem 2019
Advice on formulating a densification policy – “Form Based Code” – for lots along the light rail lines in Jerusalem, and prepareation of an urban policy map along all approved LTR lines for the city architect and the district planning bureau
Model building – kids & Parents activity
zezeze gallery – 38/4 exhibition
presentation of Bnei-Moshe 9-17 project in Tel-Aviv as part of an exhibition on National Outline Plan 38
National planing administration – IPLAN studio
Technological research and organization of a series of round tables for professionals on the future of planning systems in Israel – with an emphasis on technologies, public participation and involvement, and data-driven design & urban planning.
houses from within 2019
Open discussion and presentation of studies on density and volume density policy. Presentation of a theoretical background for calculating density in the city and the concepts of volumetric master plan and examination of density alternatives in the city: towers or construction of structures at medium height, as well as a discussion of the new densification policy along the LTR lines.
Housting International Architecture Students
Organization of Professional tour in Israel for students from akademie der bildenden künste Munich & Organization of a seminar week for students from ETH Zurich – we host and present students with architectural processes in Israel, Meeting and dialogue with architects on projects, past and present, with a critical look at the current state of architectural design in Israel.