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YBGSNA | Dean of Students’ Building

Architecture Baer, Shifaman-Nathan Architects | Dean of Students' Building

Baer, Shifaman-Nathan Architects | Dean of Students' BuildingThe Dean of Students’ Building functions as the academic and social hub of the School of Engineering in Be’er Sheba University. Its modest program is structured around a terraced three story public space of the different departments. It is designed in exposed concrete in relationship to the old concrete campus of the 50’s to match the modern Architectural language of the School of Mechanical Engineering Complex.

Baer, Shifaman-Nathan Architects | Dean of Students' Building

© Ilia Kruvorechko

Baer, Shifaman-Nathan Architects | Dean of Students' Building

© Ilia Kruvorechko

Baer, Shifaman-Nathan Architects | Dean of Students' Building

© Ilia Kruvorechko

Location: Israel
DesignerYBGSNA
Project name: Dean of Students’ Building
Area: 600 m2
Cost: $3,500,000
Client: Ben Gurion University
HVAC: HRVAC Engineers
Plumbing: A. Schwartz Ltd
Structural Engineer: S. Angel Ltd
Photography: Ilia Kruvorechko

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