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Ollech+Tol to design the first section of the light rail between Haifa and Nazareth

Minrav Group, one of Israel’s leading and longstanding real estate, engineering and infrastructures group ...

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Ollech+Tol to design the new Kyriat Hamemshala train station

Minrav Group, one of Israel’s leading and longstanding real estate, engineering and infrastructures groups...

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Ollech+Tol to showcase in the World Urban Forum

Ollech+Tol will be showcasing it’s urban renewal of Ein Karem in the Israeli pavilion...

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New signage design for Har Hotsvim

The new signage of the Har Hotsvim compound, Jerusalem’s high tech center is conceived...

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Nati Ollech lectures on the subject of paper to concrete

City planning, committees, master plans, building permits, tenders, contractors. From the initial stages of...

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Ollech+Tol to design Ein Karem’s public spaces

Ein Karem is an ancient village in the outskirts of Jerusalem. As of today,...

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Nati Ollech lectures on the Architecture of creativity

Talent. X-factor. The muse. Society portrays the creative person in quasi-mystical ways. Yet, in...

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Multidisciplinary; An integrated Approach to Architecture and Design

The word multidisciplinary can be defined as consisting of or involving several disciplines. In the...

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Ollech+Tol wins competition at the Wohl Rose Park

After a closed competition to design the coffee and restaurant building at the center...

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Ollech + Tol wins Independence trail competition

After a long competition, Ollech + Tol, together with Disk-In-Pro have been announced winners...

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Ollech + Tol to design Soda Stream's visitor center

Ollech+Tol has been commissioned to design Soda Stream’s new visitor center. The center will...

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Nati Ollech lectures at Ariel University

Nati Ollech gave a lecture in the university of Ariel on Architecture through the...

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