Carmel view house by Neuman Hayner architects

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Location: Ein Ayala, Israel

Area: 420 sqm, Plot: 2500 sqm

Year: 2015



Architects: Neuman Hayner architects

Photography: Amit Gosher


All images courtesy of Neuman Hayner architects



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Neuman Hayner architects is a young yet highly experienced offic.Sharon, Iftah, and the studio team are designing projects of varying scales including civic, corporate and apartment buildings, as well as hotels, private residences, offices, restaurants, commercial centers, and preservation projects.

Sharon Neuman (partner) – Architect and product designer, graduated from the Technion with honors, acquiring a B.Sc. in Physics, as well as a B. Arch. She then continued her studies at the Technion – M.Sc. in Industrial Design with honors. She also acquired a B.Sc. in Architecture from WIZO academy (Canada, Haifa, and Cardiff University – Wales). Sharon started her firm in 1997, and since has designed hundreds of buildings, many of which have been published in professional press and books. Sharon had two solo exhibitions (product design and photography) and participated in many group exhibitions.

Iftah Hayner (partner) – Architect, graduated from the Technion with honors in 2007, acquiring his B.Arch. Began his work at Yoav Messer Architects after graduating, and quickly became the senior architect. Through his work, Iftah gained experience in designing, and leading projects of varying scales, including educational institutes, civic buildings, hotels, saturated constructions, and offices.


CONTACT

Derech HaRishonim 1, Kfar Vitkin – 09.9545842
Sharon Neuman 052.2433042
Iftah Hayner 054.5595062
sharon@nh-arch.com
hayner@nh-arch.com


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