Amos Goldreich Architecture wins at the International Architecture Awards

Amos Goldreich Architecture, led by Qandor member Amos Goldreich has been honoured at the International Architecture Awards in the category of Community and Public Sectors for their work on a shelter for victims of domestic violence near Tel Aviv, Israel.

Founded in 2005, the awards, organised by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, is the oldest, annual public celebration of global architecture that sees practices around the world compete for the title of "Global Building of the Year."

The International Architecture Awards are the only non-commercial, global, and public awards program given jointly by two not-for-profit Museums in the United States and Europe dedicated to public education concerning architecture and industrial design.

They are regarded internationally as the world's most important global mark of excellence, recognising the best international architecture practices, as well as the hundreds of corporate clients, developers, state and local governments, institutions, and general contractors that produced them.


“We are very proud of this project,” explains Amos Goldreich. “It was built on a shoestring budget and against all odds - with six years of negotiations to contend with before construction even began.”

For more information on the fascinating project, click here.