International Collaboration on Flagship Plans

AMAV has vast experience in collaborating with international architects, in particular on public buildings plans. Among them: the National Library building (Herzog & De Meuron); Bezalel campus (SANAA); Benin Complex (Pei Cobb Freed & Partners); and more.

The National Library

AMAV is drafting the traffic arrangements and physical planning of the Israel National Library renewal project. The project was commissioned by The National Library Construction Company. The project’s architects are Herzog and De Meuron, assisted by Mann Shinar Architects.

The plan includes acceleration and deceleration lanes on Ruppin Ave., to allow access to the underground parking lot and the access ramp to the lot. In addition, the plan includes an upgrade to Kaplan st., including coordination with the light rail, Museums Line.

Benin Complex

AMAV is the traffic planner on this important project, in the heart of Jerusalem, between Jaffa and HaNevi’im streets. The project includes around 280 residential, commercial and office units as well as an underground train station, planned as part of the rapid train line extension to Malcha.

The project is led by Ian Bader Architect of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners.

The new Bezalel Campus

AMAV is planning the new Bezalel campus project. The project architects are Riccardo Cannatá (SANAA) and Asaf Dali (HQ Architects).

The campus will serve as an innovative educational complex for approximately 2,500 students and 500 faculty members.

Epstein Complex, Jerusalem

The Epstein Complex is in Kiryat HaYovel neighborhood in Jerusalem, near the light rail red line. The plan suggests the construction a residential building with 40 floors above ground and 5 floors underground, with 3 underground parking floors.

The building was designed by the international firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.