Rotate, ascend, turn East. "90 Degrees", an installation by HQ Architects

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Architects
HQ Architects. Erez Ella, founding partner; Matan Sapir, partner; Ranny Shor, project architect; Isam Qaymari, architect; Raz Rozkin, architect
Chief Curator
Tal Erez
Photography
Dor Kedmi
Dates
Open to public: Thursday, June 13 - Thursday, June 20 2019.
Venue
Hansen House Center for Design, Media and Technology. 14 Gedalyahu Alon St., Jerusalem, Israel

Erez Ella HQ Architects

HQ Architects was founded in Tel Aviv in 2008 by Erez Ella, and is currently comprised by a creative team of 35 people, of whom 30 are architects, based in Tel Aviv. The practice combines innovative and high quality design with strong technical expertise, and spearheads the design and construction over many projects of various scales in Israel and abroad.

Public projects are key to HQ Architects’ development. These include designs for a public transportation terminal, a new wing for the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance, twenty Kindergarten complexes, a youth center, and a student village in the Negev Desert. They designed “Warde”, an urban installation located in the heart of Jerusalem as part of the municipality’s effort to improve urban space in the city center.

Among HQ Architects most noted current projects are the House for singing – a choir performance hall in Israel -, the Vakko Art Foundation in Istanbul and the renovation of the Wix Auditorium at the Weizmann Institute of Science among others. HQ Architects’ is part of US-Israeli team for NASA challenge “Habitat on Mars” - with the aim to establish a 3D printed habitat for future astronauts on Mars.

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