• July 2020

    Eretz Israel Museum – MUSA

    Competition Finalists: 2nd Prize

    Our proposal aims to reinstate MUSA as one of Israel’s leading Museums while turning it into a major urban destination for Tel Aviv’s residents: weaving new and existing museum exhibitions into one comprehensive experience while opening all outdoor areas to the public.

  • June 2020

    New Associate

    Shlomo Aronson Architects
    The Office is proud to announce Daniel Shorer as our newest associate.

  • May 2020

    Jerusalem’s Cat Square

    Shlomo Aronson Architects
    Opening of the Cat’s Square in Jerusalem with its new make-over toward the future development phase of the site.

  • March 2020

    New Office Branch

    Shlomo Aronson Architects
    We are excited to announce the opening of our new office branch in Tel Aviv under the leadership of Omri Ben-Chetrit.

  • February 2020

    The Roof Garden of the National Campus for Archaeology

    Shlomo Aronson Architects
    Architecture of Israel, architecture design & environment quarterly.
    The project wins 2nd place as Project of the Year 2020, in the Landscape Category.

  • November 2019

    Dvorsky Greenhouse

    Jerusalem Botanical Gardens
    The newly expanded greenhouse opens its doors to the public. An impressive variety of plants of all colors and shapes are on display!

  • October 2019

    New Associates

    Shlomo Aronson Architects
    The Office is proud to announce Vardit Shoval and Michal Doukarsky as our newest associates

  • May 2019

    Studio Critic, Atelier Nunes-Gomez

    Universita della Svizzera italiana, Accademia di architettura

    Barbara Aronson spends a day with 4th year students during the final presentation of their projects for the Geological and Mining Park of Sardinia, Italy.

  • May 2019

    Office trip

    50 Year Jubilee
    The office celebrates 50 years of Shlomo Aronson Architects on a memorable three-day trip to Petra and Wadi Rum in Jordan, and Timna in the southern Negev desert.

  • April 2019

    Light Sculpture Plaza, Modi’in

    2019 WLA, Merit Award
    The Light Sculpture Plaza win the Merit Award – Built Small Category of the 2019 WLA Awards.

  • March 2019

    Mediterranean Skylines & Floodplains – Cities & Nature
    ISALA Conference Tel Aviv 2019

    Barbara Aronson gives a lecture titled: New Urban Landscapes: with too much water?

  • February 2019

    Annual Conference for Gardening, Landscape and Environment

    The Israeli Organization for Gardening and Landscape
    Barbara Aronson talks about urban nature, seasonality and community life in the Park of the Groves, Tel Aviv-Yafo.

  • February 2019

    Office Lecture Series

    Our weekly lectures by staff members (about topics of their choice) reveal their often surprising enthusiasm about a specific project, task or planning stage. The extremely positive feedback to these lectures highlights the general importance of knowledge exchange.

  • February 2019

    Light Sculpture Plaza, Modi’in

    Architecture of Israel #116. architecture design & environment quarterly.
    The project is selected as Project of the Year 2019, in the Landscape Category.


  • November 2018

    Annual Conference of Landscape Architecture

    The Israeli Association of Landscape Architects
    Barbara Aronson gives a lecture about Givataim’s new urban park, where the addition of two residential towers provided the opportunity to create a new neighborhood public space.

  • November 2018

    Glil Yam Park

    The first rain of the season fills the newly created retention pools along the Glil Yam stream: Nature at work.

  • June 2018

    Landscape Architecture Award 2018

    The Israeli Association of Landscape Architects
    The Dead Sea Promenade, in Bokek, Dead Sea, wins 1st prize in the category of landscape restoration and infrastructure projects.

  • June 2018

    Venice Architecture Biennale 2018

    In Statu Quo: Structures of Negotiation is the theme of the Israeli Pavilion. It traces the complex mechanism of the ‘Status Quo’ within shared holy places in Israel-Palestine, which functions as a controversial and fragile system of coexistence.
    The office’s proposal from 1970-1972 takes part in the exhibition.

  • May 2018

    Office Trip

    In the morning, Tal and Erez Lotan show us around Park Hod HaSharon. For lunch, we split into teams and have a fierce cooking competition preparing Asian and Italian foods. We finish the day relaxing with beers
    after walking through Modiin’s new City Center project.

  • May 2018

    Light Plaza, Modiin

    A new city plaza – celebrating light, shadows and color at all hours of the day – opens to the public.

  • March 2018

    Park Herzliya is available as a Monopoly Game!

  • December 2017

    Modiin’s New Entrance Plaza

    The city’s new entrance plaza – featuring seven inter-active ‘Water Gates’ on the background of a Green Wall – opens to the public.

  • December 2017

    Lot 25 – LRT Depot and Government Offices in Jerusalem

    The office’s architectural proposal is chosen as the winning alternative for the development of Lot 25.
    The project is part of the Jerusalem LRT Green Line, designed by the team of JGL (Obermeyer and Amy-Metom) for JTMT.

  • November 2017

    15th Annual ISLA Conference: Water Ways

    Barbara Aronson heads the organization committee for the conference. Elia Shoshany participates in the organization committee and gives a lecture about the Ein Bokek public beach and promenade.


  • October 2017

    Valerie, our chef

    Valerie Abizdid joins the main office as our chef, preparing daily creative meals for everybody.

  • September 2017

    LRT, Red Line Extension from Henrietta Szold Street to Ora Junction

    Completion of Infra 1 public works, the first stage of infrastructure construction for the light rail line.

  • July 2017

    Cagliari Paesaggio – Landscape conference

    Barbara Aronson gives a lecture about ‘Landscape and Infrastructure’ and participates in a discussion panel with Christophe Girot and Els Verbakel

  • May 2017

    Emek Arazim

    A new playground and recreation area along the Soreq stream opens to the public

  • April 2017

    Park HaMachtesh, Givataim

    The park opens to the public

  • April 2017

    The New City Center of Modiin

    The northern side of the linear park along Hashmonaim Street opens to the public.

    After lighting tests, work progresses on the light sculpture. Work on the central pedestrian promenade progresses as well.

  • April 2017

    Dead Sea Promenade at Lot Solarium Public Beach, Ein Bokek

    The site opens to the public

  • March 2017

    Rechael Bardugo becomes Associate

    Rechael Bardugo Becomes Associate

  • November 2016

    Office Trip to the Dead Sea

    The office visits the Einot Zukim Nature Reserve and the Ein Bokek sea promenade project currently under construction, and tours the Dead Sea Works plant

  • October 2016

    The Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein National Campus for the Archaeology of Israel Takes Shape in Jerusalem

    The ceremony inaugurating the public wing of the campus, attended by the Prime Minister and donors, takes place during the Sukkot holiday, and the building will be open to the public in about a year.

    Architect of the Campus and building: Moshe Safdie Architects

  • June 2016

    International Ideas Competition for the Memorial Site at Babyn Yar, Kiev, Ukraine

    Barbara Aronson acts as head of Jury, June 2016

  • January 2014

    Participation in the Exhibition ‘Re-Enchanting the World’, Paris, France