A competition proposal planned in collaboration with architect Joseph Burshtein and BO Landscape.
Daliyat al-Karmel is the largest and most substantial Druse settlement in Israel. It is currently developing and growing from a settlement with a rural nature to one with urban characteristics.
Our proposal for the new council building and the public garden adjacent to it, addresses this complexity and the opportunities it unfolds. The proposal revolves around three systems of interactions:
Between public space and the environment, landscape and nature.
Between the residents and the municipal authority.
Between civil democracy and local culture.
Planning team: Misha Danilov. Renders: Tomer Harari.
in collaboration with architect Joseph Burshtein and BO-Landscape
Rendered Aerial View of the council building and the public garden
Sections: through the building and the garden, and through the entrance hall
Inner Uses Diagram
Inner Vertical Circulation Diagram
Site plan, uses diagram and circulation diagram
Rendered View from the northern public garden to the council building
Street Level Plan
Garden Level Plan
First Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
Daliyat al-Karmel Council Building