Hebrew University – Humanities Faculty
Faculty of Humanities
Mount Scopus, Jerusalem
Originally built in the 1970’s, the building needed to be expanded, renovated and modernized. The building is situated on a slope overlooking one of the most extraordinary views in in the world – the Temple Mount. The interior needed to enable visual access to this panoramic view.
The proposed solution upgrades the existing building and bridges between users and landscape. A chain of “pearls” (clear, globe-like structures) will add much needed public spaces, and will enable users to feel connected to the outside and to enjoy the view.