Lighting Design Workshop | Sau-Paulo, Brazil August 2018 A partnership in between AsBAI, Brazilian Association of Lighting Architects, and LEDforum, the major lighting design conference in Brazil, has developed a series of annual workshops regarding lighting in urban contexts, with a growing complexity from year to year. In 2018, it was time to go in-depth in understanding the social and environmental impacts of light from a multidisciplinary perspective. To address such comp
Urbanism in the 21st century. Given the fact that most of the world's population now lives in cities, the importance and centrality of cities to solving global problems - such as poverty, inequality, global warming and pollution, intercultural schisms, women's and minorities' rights, aging and health - is rising. Cities are increasingly taking part in meeting these challenges through community organizations, interurban networks, and residents who are changing their cities for
A multi-disciplinary course at Shenkar college with Emma Margarita Ernest "One could describe design as a plan for arranging elements to accomplish a particular purpose” Charles Eames. With an increase in urban population, new challenges are presented and raise fundamental questions regarding the city's users and their needs for a functional urban eco system. City services including transportation, pollution, employment, etc., provide technical information for these systems
Technology Course 1 and 2 introduces the students to the technological aspects of architecture. The course is based on the study of the architectural language and basic building components, with an emphasis on the technological aspect of various architectural work. The school of Architecture in Ariel university offers this course for first year students in their second semester. Goals and objectives of the course:
1. Knowledge acquisition
2. Providing work tools and creatin
Course Objectives: 1. To transfer knowledge and understanding of the relationship between light, humans, and space. 2. To link the world of architectural concepts to the topic of lighting design for functional spaces dedicated to human activity. 3. To be exposed to professional content in the light field, and to develop a basic understanding and common practical experience in planning and designing natural and artificial lighting for a number of case studies. Learning Object
Revealing to you the products of my students in the second year of technology course at the School of Architecture in Ariel University. This studio has several purposes:
A. Expanding knowledge in the field of materials technology and structure components.
B. Task technological development planning a "wall structure" is formed at a given site.
C. Formulation of the technological knowledge acquired in previous courses to provide a comprehensive solution in an emerging planni
In collaboration with Architects Einav Shchory & Shira Ben Ezra Historical Background of the IEC The construction of the Electric Company complex on Kremnitzky Street was carried out by the Civil Planning Department and the Executive Division of the Israel Electric Company (IEC). The IEC was founded as the Palestine Electric Company on March 29th, 1923 by the Jewish engineer and revolutionary Pinchas Rotenberg (1879-1942). The IEC started with two concessions that Pinchas Rot
Many people think that lighting design and planning begins and ends with choosing lamp My approach to light is much broader and comes out of desire is to make the connection to people between light, lifestyle and space. Light touches us in almost every aspect of our lives: · Biological – Light affects the secretion of Melatonin, which affects our biological cycle and regulates us when we are tired and when we are awake. · Fiscal – the wavelength of light and its visible and i
This week begins with Holocaust Remembrance Day, continues the events for Remembrance Day for the Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism, and finally ends with Israel's Independence Day celebrations. The architecture of commemoration in Israel and around the world seeks to remind visitors to museums, monuments and various memorial sites what was and what is not. The challenge is not simple – conveying a message and creating a specific experience using architectural tools. N