Surrounded by houses built in the 1940’s with sloping roofs covered by concrete tiles, the GN house stands out with its bright color and modernist simple shape. The house is slightly lifted from the street level and defined by a few basic materials and colors: concrete in white, steel and aluminum in black, and wood … Continued
The learning center is one out of a series of projects designed by our studio for the Youth Village, including the extension and renovation of the Dr. John Walker High School. The learning center includes an open space for team learning which is also used as a lecture hall and offices for the learning center … Continued
The proposal for Mevaseret-Zion Conservatory of Music was designed in collaboration with Arch. Jonathan Shaked as part of a planning competition. Mevaseret-Zion is located on a mountain ridge 750 meters above sea level, on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The site is located between the promenade leading to Mevaseret-Zion and the near wadi. The building is … Continued
Euramax invited architects and designers to employ its newly released facade technology and to transform a 200-square-metre factory wall front in the Netherlands. For me, the Euramax design project was an opportunity to integrate my love for graphics and street art. It was important for me to keep it simple and even give it a handmade-retro … Continued
The leading principle of this project was simplicity. My goal was to design one tile only that will be rich enough to enable various patterns assembling. The tile’s design plays with a simple illusion of depth created by using 5 colours. When installing a few tiles together the 3d illusion is either intensifies or transformed into … Continued
The ShowCase, a proposal for the Art Funf Pavilion, was designed in collaboration with Arch. Shira Sprecher as part of a planning competition. The ShowCase is a light, airy garden room, designed to be structured in front of the lightbox cafe, and yet could also be easily re-assembled in another location. The positioning of the … Continued
For the last three years the studio has been collaborating with Arch. Jonathan Shaked in planning and designing one-stop employment centers in Arab localities throughout the country. This Initiative is a three-way partnership between JDC-Israel, the Israeli government (Ministry of Economy and the Prime Minister’s Office) and Yad Hanadiv Rothschild Foundation.
About the studioBased in Tel Aviv, architect Erez Segalovitz founded his eponymous architecture and design studio in 2007. He started gaining recognition soon after for his multi-disciplinary creative approach and the ability to freely combine architecture, art and design. The studio's portfolio includes a wide range of projects from residential properties, interior design and office design to art works and installations. He gives his own interpretation to Modernist minimalism, moving creatively from clean lines to playful color pallets and texture work. The studio's projects were chosen as finalist for the Israeli Design Award (Ot Haitzuv) on 2018 and as the best office interior project of 2020 by BUILD magazine. Erez's works has been featured in various publications.
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