Zarchy architects

The office has a staff of 25 and handles a diverse range of complex projects. In addition to our experienced staff we have recently built a young and vibrant international team, contributing to our commitment for constant experimentation.


Born in Tel Aviv. After graduating from the Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology (1974), David joined the IDF and served as an architect where he designed numerous complex projects. He joined Zarhy Architects in 1979 and quickly became partner.

In addition to practicing architecture, David takes part in two UIA work groups: "Building for the High-Tech Industry" and  "Hospital Architecture".

Recently, David won several gold and silver medals in the national senior swimming championships and is considered one of the fastest swimming architects in Israel.

"Architecture is not a profession; it's a state of mind" Le Corbusier


Born in Warsaw, Poland. After graduating from the Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology (1974), Anat continued her studies at the Ecole Nationale de Beaux-Arts in Paris.

Upon returning to Israel she joined Zarhy Architects and has become partner. Anat has also participated in the Jewelry Biennale at the Israel Museum in Tel-Aviv.

"The most incredible thing about miracles is that they happen" Bernard Shaw


1923 - 2015

Moshe founded this practice after being a partner at Rechter, Zarhy, Rechter, which later become Rechter, Zarhy, Perry.

Moshe graduated from the Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology, and continued his studies at the Ecole D'Urbanisme in Paris. He has been practicing architecture since 1950 giving him more than 55 years of experience. Apart from his practice, Moshe has served as Vice President of the International Union of Architects (UIA) and received an Honorary Membership in the American Institute of Architects (AIA).