Do architects care? Caring can be understood as an emotion at odds with the requirements of professional architects. Compassion and empathy motivate other kinds of ... Read more
A discussion with the participation of researchers, curators, artists and architects who have worked in the gallery over the years is presented in the exhibition ... Read more
The Covid-19 pandemic has invited new observations and interpretations of domestic experiences, especially during its periods of quarantine and closure. Our study of people’s use ... Read more
A new exhibition summarizing 20 years of activity at the Architect’s House Gallery, rearrange the archive of topics discussed in the exhibitions, and examines the ... Read more
After decades of neoliberal economic policy, a new phase began in the critical discourse in architecture in the early 21st century, which is reflected in ... Read more
Care ethics places a person’s relationship to another at the heart of related debates. Rooted in feminism, care ethics is a useful tool for exploring ... Read more
Architectural exhibitions make it possible to present political arguments through visual tools. The series of photos in the exhibition 'Separation' demonstrated how the logic of separation—as a political, cultural, and spatial concept—is innate to urban and rural landscape design in Israel.
Public housing projects have been replaced in recent years by “Pinuy-Binuy” entrepreneurial projects (a Hebrew term for forcing all tenants out once a homeowner threshold is met, and then tearing down the building to rebuild on the site) or, in its laundered name, "Urban Renewal", focused on the economic logic of maximizing entrepreneurs' private profits.
This article investigates aging-in-place among seniors who live with caretakers, particularly domestic workers who immigrate to Israel from poorer countries. In recent decades, new apartment designs are intended for families with children.