Beer Sheva Masterplan 2030 Beer Sheva Masterplan 2030 Beer Sheva Masterplan 2030
CLIENT: Ministry of Interiors
LOCATION: Beer Sheva, Israel
DATE: 2012
STATUS: IN PROGRESS
CLIENT: Ministry of Interiors
LOCATION: Beer Sheva, Israel
DATE: 2012
STATUS: IN PROGRESS
CLIENT: Ministry of Interiors
LOCATION: Beer Sheva, Israel
DATE: 2012
STATUS: IN PROGRESS
TEXT
A new master plan for Israel's growing fourth metropolitan city of Beer-sheva, today with 200,000 inhabitants aiming to expand to 300,000 un 2030. Our services include a multidisciplinary team including urban design, social, economic, traffic, landscaping, preservation and infrastructure planners.
 Being mainly a modern (1950-60's) city, Beersheva's planning - and reality - has been so far anti-urban in essence. Our main goal to strengthen the city as well as to find the means to enhance its lacking urban quality.
Commissioned by Ministry of Interiors.In collaboration with Miron Cohen, Architect and Lenore Lankin, Architect.
A new master plan for Israel's growing fourth metropolitan city of Beer-sheva, today with 200,000 inhabitants aiming to expand to 300,000 un 2030. Our services include a multidisciplinary team including urban design, social, economic, traffic, landscaping, preservation and infrastructure planners.
 Being mainly a modern (1950-60's) city, Beersheva's planning - and reality - has been so far anti-urban in essence. Our main goal to strengthen the city as well as to find the means to enhance its lacking urban quality.
Commissioned by Ministry of Interiors.In collaboration with Miron Cohen, Architect and Lenore Lankin, Architect.
A new master plan for Israel's growing fourth metropolitan city of Beer-sheva, today with 200,000 inhabitants aiming to expand to 300,000 un 2030. Our services include a multidisciplinary team including urban design, social, economic, traffic, landscaping, preservation and infrastructure planners.
 Being mainly a modern (1950-60's) city, Beersheva's planning - and reality - has been so far anti-urban in essence. Our main goal to strengthen the city as well as to find the means to enhance its lacking urban quality.
Commissioned by Ministry of Interiors.In collaboration with Miron Cohen, Architect and Lenore Lankin, Architect.