about about about


The office of Amir Mann and Ami Shinar focuses on the architectural and urban design of a wide spectrum of projects, ranging from city planning, new urban quarters, residential neighborhoods as well as new office, commercial, hi-tech and public buildings.
Recent projects include the new American Consulate General in Jerusalem, commissioned directly by the US State Department; A new International Airport for Eilat; An office tower and commercial center for the Azrieli Group; Headquarters and campuses for high-tech companies such as HP in Yehud, Motorola, Mirs and Audiocodes amongst others in the new Airport-City development; The Central Support and Operations building at Ben-Gurion International Airport and a residential tower in Tel-Aviv and more. 

Amir Mann AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (1976) and Harvard Graduate School of Design (1983), worked in Boston for twelve years on a series of large commercial, office and public buildings, large scale historic renovation in the cities of Lowell and Charlestown, Massachusetts, as well as health-care projects in the US, Canada, Australia and Singapore. Today, Amir leads the planning and detailed design of the new Eilat International Airport, as head project manager of planning leading a team of 30 consultants.

Ami Shinar AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology graduate (1975), worked for six years in Boston on a residential complex in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hotels in Mallorca, Spain and Florida among others. During 1990-91 he served as Chief Architect of the Israeli Ministry of Housing, leading the planning of dozens of new neighborhoods and cities all over Israel. Today Ami leads the design of a 50,000 sq.m. facility for the Israeli Navy in Haifa, as well as the master planning of the cities of Beer-Sheva, Ramla and the Haifa Waterfront Project.
The office has a branch in Boston; both offices cooperate in a variety of international projects. 

Since it was established in 1991, Amir mann and Ami Shinar`s award winning work has been recognized in Israel for its uniqueness and search for excellence. The office, with a staff of 26, has won many design competitions and its work has been largely published and exhibited.


The office of Amir Mann and Ami Shinar focuses on the architectural and urban design of a wide spectrum of projects, ranging from city planning, new urban quarters, residential neighborhoods as well as new office, commercial, hi-tech and public buildings.
Recent projects include the new American Consulate General in Jerusalem, commissioned directly by the US State Department; A new International Airport for Eilat; An office tower and commercial center for the Azrieli Group; Headquarters and campuses for high-tech companies such as HP in Yehud, Motorola, Mirs and Audiocodes amongst others in the new Airport-City development; The Central Support and Operations building at Ben-Gurion International Airport and a residential tower in Tel-Aviv and more. 

Amir Mann AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (1976) and Harvard Graduate School of Design (1983), worked in Boston for twelve years on a series of large commercial, office and public buildings, large scale historic renovation in the cities of Lowell and Charlestown, Massachusetts, as well as health-care projects in the US, Canada, Australia and Singapore. Today, Amir leads the planning and detailed design of the new Eilat International Airport, as head project manager of planning leading a team of 30 consultants.

Ami Shinar AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology graduate (1975), worked for six years in Boston on a residential complex in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hotels in Mallorca, Spain and Florida among others. During 1990-91 he served as Chief Architect of the Israeli Ministry of Housing, leading the planning of dozens of new neighborhoods and cities all over Israel. Today Ami leads the design of a 50,000 sq.m. facility for the Israeli Navy in Haifa, as well as the master planning of the cities of Beer-Sheva, Ramla and the Haifa Waterfront Project.
The office has a branch in Boston; both offices cooperate in a variety of international projects. 

Since it was established in 1991, Amir mann and Ami Shinar`s award winning work has been recognized in Israel for its uniqueness and search for excellence. The office, with a staff of 26, has won many design competitions and its work has been largely published and exhibited.


The office of Amir Mann and Ami Shinar focuses on the architectural and urban design of a wide spectrum of projects, ranging from city planning, new urban quarters, residential neighborhoods as well as new office, commercial, hi-tech and public buildings.
Recent projects include the new American Consulate General in Jerusalem, commissioned directly by the US State Department; A new International Airport for Eilat; An office tower and commercial center for the Azrieli Group; Headquarters and campuses for high-tech companies such as HP in Yehud, Motorola, Mirs and Audiocodes amongst others in the new Airport-City development; The Central Support and Operations building at Ben-Gurion International Airport and a residential tower in Tel-Aviv and more. 

Amir Mann AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (1976) and Harvard Graduate School of Design (1983), worked in Boston for twelve years on a series of large commercial, office and public buildings, large scale historic renovation in the cities of Lowell and Charlestown, Massachusetts, as well as health-care projects in the US, Canada, Australia and Singapore. Today, Amir leads the planning and detailed design of the new Eilat International Airport, as head project manager of planning leading a team of 30 consultants.

Ami Shinar AIA, graduated the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology graduate (1975), worked for six years in Boston on a residential complex in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hotels in Mallorca, Spain and Florida among others. During 1990-91 he served as Chief Architect of the Israeli Ministry of Housing, leading the planning of dozens of new neighborhoods and cities all over Israel. Today Ami leads the design of a 50,000 sq.m. facility for the Israeli Navy in Haifa, as well as the master planning of the cities of Beer-Sheva, Ramla and the Haifa Waterfront Project.
The office has a branch in Boston; both offices cooperate in a variety of international projects. 

Since it was established in 1991, Amir mann and Ami Shinar`s award winning work has been recognized in Israel for its uniqueness and search for excellence. The office, with a staff of 26, has won many design competitions and its work has been largely published and exhibited.