The Israeli Democracy Institute Pavilion is a transportable building visitor center that was designed as a traveling exhibition for the celebration of the 70th Independence Day of the State of Israel. The structure is based on a geodesic dome and contains 360 projection and peripheral seating, on top of the outer shell is a set of arches that represent the values of the Israeli institute for democracy.
The surrounding growing walls of the central display area create a space for exploration, generating concealment and curiosity.
The design concept reflects Israeli identity, democracy, and independence through layers and textures.
the structure is situated in Tel Aviv, Rothschild Square. the design is based on a geodesic dome with the purpose of being a traveling exhibition. the main attraction is its 360 projection inside the dome.
the exterior is based on a geodesic dome with the purpose of being a traveling exhibition.