Anderman Architects

Anderman Architects was founded in 1999, by Yoav Anderman, who holds a BArch from the Technion (Haifa, 1996). In 2010 Anat Anderman (BArch Bezelel academy, Jerusalem) became a partner, and manages the commercial division at the office.

Anderman Architects provides high-quality architectural planning and interior design for both the private and commercial sectors.

Our office focuses on planning high standards private houses and luxury apartments for the private sector and currently is involved in various projects in Herzelia Pituach, Tel Aviv, Savyon, Afeka, Zahala, Beit Yanay and other prime locations.

In the commercial field, Anderman Architects deals with commercial buildings, designing boutique offices at the highest standards and in providing and planning residential property projects.

Our architecture is minimalist, clean and functional. It combines the spirit of the new with awareness to the context and surroundings, and focuses on functionality, technological perception, and reference to various materials and adaptation to budgetary considerations. This allows us to provide exclusive tailor-made solutions that meet our clients’ needs. We believe that high-quality architecture is also derived from a constant dialogue with the client, consultants and contractors. Therefore, we are involved in each level of our projects, from the initial concept stages, through planning, design, construction, supervision and completion, in order to ensure the best results are achieved.

Anderman Architects offices are located in Herzelia. Our staff consists of 8 skilled & trained architects, with vast experience.

LOCATION: Herzeliya, Israel

Concrete Modern House 8

Modern Concrete House by Anderman Architects

Architects: Anderman Architects Project: Concrete Modern House – As Soft As Concrete Architect in charge: Efrat Tudros Area: 350 sqm Photography: Amit Geron Anderman Architects have designed this modern concrete house in Herzliya, Israel. Relationship is the key note of this project. The relationship between open and closed, between heavy and light, between clean new materials to

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