The faculty congratulates Lavi Vanounou, a graduate of the Urban and Regional Planning track, on the new series he directed “The Guide to Gentrification”. The series aired last month on Channel 8 and documents the gentrification processes that are taking place in Jaffa. The series has been praised and we join them and recommend watching
Following the oil spill disaster that has hit the shores of Israel in recent weeks, a group of students from the Landscape Architecture Program took part in a volunteer day to clean the beaches. The volunteers met at Students’ Beach in Tirat Carmel, accompanied by Professors Tal Alon-Mozes and Matanya Sack. Students were guided by
An new article was published on Ynet about `Meirim` a website co-founded by Jonathan Dortheimer, a postdoctoral fellow in the MTRL laboratory at the faculty. Jonathan co-founded Meirim with Eyal Migdalovich and Dr. Talia Margalit to facilitate transparency and democratization in urban planning processes in Israel. The article reviews a number of studies that emphasize the
Congratulations to Noam Attias, a student at the Industrial Design program, for winning the Jacob prize.
. Noam’s paper integrates biotechnology and industrial design. The aim of the study is to develop mycelium-based materials as a sustainable alternative to synthetic industrial materials. Throughout the research described in the article, we developed a natural and biodegradable nano biological material that can be processed using existing industrial methods to obtain thin, strong and