Dan Price is an architect with extensive experience in design and construction in Israel. During 35 years of practice Dan has been involved in the design and construction of numerous iconic buildings in Israel: from the Supreme Court Building in Jerusalem to the Uri Geller Museum in Jaffa, from the Open University Campus in Raanana to individual buildings on the Campuses of the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzlia and Ben Gurion University in Be’er Sheva. Together with his professional activities, Dan spent many years researching the architecture of Palestine/Israel together with his professional partner, Ada Karmi-Melamede. He continues to research, teach and write regarding the challenges facing the architectural profession today.
Main Research Interests
- Architecture in Palestine/Israel during the 20th century
- Social Housing in Israel
- Current models of Cooperative Housing
- Materials and Building Technologies
- Current Challenges and Opportunities in Professional Practice