Zarchy architects
BROADCOM R&D Center + Faculty of Engineering – TAU
The Broadcom building is the first building at the Tel Aviv University campus that opens up to the city. As such it changes the campus’ paradigm by re-connecting the city and the campus. It is located in a prominent site on the hillside, facing Tel Aviv’s main highway and takes advantage of the site’s height difference in order to create an accessible, animated urban facade showcasing learning spaces, lobby and cafeteria and allowing direct entrance to the building
Laboratory Building, Tel-Hai, Israel
The laboratory complex, to be constructed on Tel-Hai’s Level Campus east of route 90, is designed to serve as the Galilee’s first synergetic hub of life sciences and academia
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Building, Tel Aviv University
International Competition Finalist. 6000 sqm building including Laboratories, Clean Rooms, Public Program, Researchers.
City of Justice, Jerusalem. Competition 1st prize
International Competition - 1st Prize.New Jerusalem Courthouse that includes 60,000m2 including: Chambers, courthouses, judges administration areas, secretariats, public areas and parking
New Opera House in Busan, South Korea
Zarhy Architects + StudioPEZ win 1st prize in the International Ideas Competition for the design of the New Opera House in Busan, South Korea. The winning proposal was selected among 4 others from more than 500 entries by an international jury. All 5 first prize winners in addition to 5 invited offices will now participate in an invited competition for the design of the project.
National Library, Competition (Finalist)
The Library Building is a vivid addition in its surroundings It is easily recognizable but doesn’t overshadow its surroundings. It is iconic yet modest. It creates a building with a strong and clear identity while still being abstract in order to give the freedom for different people and cultures to find in it different meanings. Program includes 40,000m2 of reading rooms, education facilities, public programs, Library operation, underground stacks and parking.
Nature, Science and Technology Museum, Jerusalem
We propose a new concept for the museum complex, one that challenges the separation between museum and nature, between the building and its surroundings. For us the two are envisioned as mutually interdependent, the museum and the park are intertwined as one experience and thus the museum is integrated in the green, open space of nature offering an array of activities.
Netanya City Hall
Zarhy architects win 2nd prize in an international competition for the design of a new city hall in Netanya.
National Museum - Oslo Norway
We envision the New National Museum as a transparent, democratic and welcoming entity in the city. The ambition of this project is to dissolve the edges between the museum and the city, thereby bestowing gradients of incident into the cityscape, and seducing passers-by and visitors alike into experiencing art and culture.
Bezalel Academy for Art, Architecture and Design
Our proposal is concerned with two central issues: Urban strategy - How can we redefine relationships between public and private spheres in a metropolitan setting? Program - How can the role of art in society be reflected by architecture? What levels of meaning does a building modeled for an art academy sustain in the contemporary context? This project intends to perform in the grey area between architecture and urbanism.
Physics Library, Weizman Institute of Science
The library forms an integral part of the Physics Complex in the Weizman Institute of Science. The architectural concept for the building derives from its central location at the main intersection of the complex.
Holon - New City Hall and Concert Hall
Zarhy architects win 3rd prize in an international competition for the design of a new city hall in Holon.
The Sub-Micron Building, Weizman institute of Science
The Sub-Micron building is situated in the Physics Complex at the Weizmann Institute. It is designed to house the semi-conductor research facilities.
The New Maribor Art Gallery
The ambition of this project is to weave the museum into the city. It is conceived of as a single object penetrated by a series of interlocking volumes, forming a complex void.
Zionist Archive, Jerusalem
The building is located at the western entrance to Jerusalem next to "Binyaney Hauma". It functions as the main archive of the historical documents of the Zionist movement
Janco Dada Museum, Ein Hod
Sitting in the hilly terrain of the artist village of Ein Hod, the museum is seamlessly integrated into the landscape. The structure is simple and aspires to be a continuation of the modernist spirit that Janco, one of the founders of the Dada art movement, imbued.
Synagogue and Jewish Memorial, Moscow
The building is located in the Poklonnaya Hill park in the heart of Moscow. Situated in the midst of an urban park, this symbol was created for the Jewish people of Moscow who fought with the Russians during the Second World War. We wished to create an abstract and simple building, yet one that would sustain a presence in the landscape. We refrained from introducing direct symbolism into the design, thereby allowing each visitor to have a different interpretation of the subject memorialized and encouraging a distinctly intimate experience.
Swimming Pool, Technion, Haifa
Located at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology – campus in Haifa, the swimming pool is part of a master plan for the sports facilities on campus. The building is composed of two volumes – the covered Olympic swimming pool and the locker room facilities building.
Microelectronics Building, Technion, Haifa
The building is located at the Technion– Israel Institute of Technology– campus in Haifa, and forms an extension both academically and spatially of the Solid State Physics Building. The building comprises a high level of clean-rooms and vibration free spaces, sandwiched between two technical levels.
Solid State Physics Building, Technion, Haifa
The building, which houses a workspace for the research of Solid State Physics, is located at the Technion– Israel Institute of Technology– campus in Haifa.
Faculty of Nuclear Engineering, Technion, Haifa
The program called for two distinct elements – workshop areas and offices for researchers. Since the workshop areas have highly specific requirements such as insulation from high radiation and flexibility, the building is divided spatially into two parts.