Start-Up Nation Central opened this week in Tel Aviv with a summit that was designed to share the work of the Start-Up Nation foundation, including key figures from the tech industry as well as chefs that will participate in its rotating culinary concept. Read more about the project in this article in Haaretz. In this photo by More Gelfand: Guests are arriving to the building in 28 Lilienblum street.



The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History was selected as the best public building in Israel by Mako, in its Rosh Hashana list of the 100 best things in the country. Check out the full list, and Shana Tova!



Start-Up Nation Central, a foundation dedicated to Israeli tech start-ups which was recently completed by Kimmel Eshkolot in downtown Tel Aviv, is featured in Xnet. Read the article by Manor Brown



Urbanologia, an online platform about urban planning has dedicated an episode of its podcast to Beit Halochem in a series about projects which won the Rechter Prize for Architecture. In this episode, Dr. architect Tali Hatuka and the team of Urbanologia visit the project with Etan Kimmel and discuss the notion of shelter, and the process of creating a landscape in the desert. Listen to the podcast



Mount Herzl National Memorial is a finalist for the Architizer A+ Religious and Cultural Buildings Award! Public voting is now open until July 20th 



The award ceremony of AI Magazine – Architecture of Israel – will take place on Monday, July 16th at 20:00 in our recently completed Steinhardt Museum of Natural History. We will be awarded Project of Year for the Mount Herzl National Memorial! View the invitation and RSVP here:



We’re excited for the opening of The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History tomorrow – July 2nd! Come this summer to explore this new home for the incredible natural history collections at Tel Aviv University, and the adjacent botanical and zoological Gardens.



The National Memorial in Mount Herzl was awarded with the RIBA award for international excellence 2018! See the full list at:



The National Memorial on Mount Herzl by Kimmel Eshkolot is featured in The New York Times! Read the article by Isabel Kershner, which traces the history of this project from early as 1949 to today.