3F HOME

The idea of the house was to create a 3 levels house with only 1 staircase.The project is still in progress and this is the first sketch we’ve done for the clients who currently living in Los Angles.
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COLLISION

Architectural Collision is an experiment with materials textures and colors resulting an abstract struggle between the different objects emerging to a single unite entity.

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COLLISION

Architectural Collision is an experiment with materials textures and colors resulting an abstract struggle between the different objects emerging to a single unite entity.

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Osishkin st’ TLV

An interior design project for a young beautiful couple from Tel Aviv.
75 sq apartment, North Tel Aviv.
Designers: Ilana David, Roy David.

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Triangle Fire Competition Entry. Memory exists in every aspect of our lives; any minor gesture from our surrounding can become a portal for series of memories, just like the ripple effect of a drop of wine echoing in a wine glass. Therefore, one is in a constant tension between the state of remembering and its day today routine, both in the physical and the metaphysical states. Today, more than a hundred years after the Triangle Fire tragedy that took place in New York, the need of a physical reminder which will tell the story of its victims is requested. The main challenge as we saw it is the disparity between the presence of memorial structure in the daily routine of students, travelers and pedestrians. The main concept of our intervention on the façade was on the one hand not to cause unnecessary tragic burden and on the other hand creating a noticeable memorial structure that will delicately remind the street pedestrians of its past events. In addition, the building now serves as the Faculty of Science and Arts of NYU, which can be interrupt as a source of knowledge and inspiration to students studying there. Therefore, the design intervention on facade of the building especially on the street level should serve the people lives nearby and become an integral part of their daily activities. Designers: Arch’ Roy David, Nimrod Meir Levi

Triangle Fire Competition Entry.

Memory exists in every aspect of our lives; any minor gesture from our surrounding can become a portal for series of memories, just like the ripple effect of a drop of wine echoing in a wine glass. Therefore, one is in a constant tension between the state of remembering and its day today routine, both in the physical and the metaphysical states.
Today, more than a hundred years after the Triangle Fire tragedy that took place in New York, the need of a physical reminder which will tell the story of its victims is requested. The main challenge as we saw it is the disparity between the presence of memorial structure in the daily routine of students, travelers and pedestrians.
The main concept of our intervention on the façade was on the one hand not to cause unnecessary tragic burden and on the other hand creating a noticeable memorial structure that will delicately remind the street pedestrians of its past events.
In addition, the building now serves as the Faculty of Science and Arts of NYU, which can be interrupt as a source of knowledge and inspiration to students studying there. Therefore, the design intervention on facade of the building especially on the street level should serve the people lives nearby and become an integral part of their daily activities.

Designers: Arch’ Roy David, Nimrod Meir Levi

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Final urbanism studio presentation DFS presenting  the futuristic life in the city of Akko Israel. Soon to be uploaded to our behance blog at: www.deformation-studio.com N-Joy. @nimrodmeirlevi (at Akko)

Final urbanism studio presentation DFS presenting the futuristic life in the city of Akko Israel. Soon to be uploaded to our behance blog at: www.deformation-studio.com N-Joy. @nimrodmeirlevi (at Akko)

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Morphodustery. New. Fresh. America next top model!;)

Morphodustery. New. Fresh. America next top model!;)

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Air-Plane - Skyscraper

SynopsisLets imagine a world without borders, a world which vicinity isn’t dependent on geographical or cultural regions. A world in which the real and the virtual intertwine to become one.  Imagine a worldwide section plane that gathers people, spaces and emotional landscapes from all around the globe into a defined physical space .    
Re thinking of the skyscraper’s essence brings to mind a great deal of spatial, sociological, technological and urban issues. The main questions we decided to explore were:   
A. Does a city’s municipal orders apply to the skyscraper’s high levels in the manner it applies to it’s lower levels?  
B. Is it possible to provide individual values to certain living spaces in a tower and not lose the essential social interaction between tenants?  
C. What is the sustainability potential of the skyscraper in the 21St century?   
The way in which skyscrapers are built around the world today and especially in Israel derives from the modular building perception of - Form Follows Function. In our opinion this approach blocks possibilities of new architectural spaces, though it does provide an efficient functional solution to the ever-growing density of the population in the 21St century metropolitan.  
  Dizengoff Street is an important central axis in the city of Tel-Aviv which connects it’s central and northern areas. Dizengoff square is located in the first 1/3Rd of the street and known to be an important historical urban landmark (more so in the past as it’s original planning did not separate between the pedestrian and transportation). 
The current neglected state of the square has raised an architectural dispute that debates the square’s revival possibilities. In an area where skyscrapers dominate the city’s silhouette it is logical to assume that the square will transform and become a vertical entity.  
 Following the same logic the vicinity’s planning principle is also being challenged. The human representation and the way we interact with each other in the 21St century has changed dramatically, as interaction is developing virtual characteristics which require new architectural solutions.   
The urban tension induced in place, and the two key issues mentioned above provide the platform to rethink the nature of the 21St century skyscraper. 
Project ConceptThe project examines the possibility of developing a technological system that would allow skyscrapers of its kind to produce new states of neighborliness, IE similar to the cloud systems on the Internet (server->www->client). The architectural cloud system would allow one regardless of it’s physical location to rent / buy a space in a foreign building where he could share his life experiences with other local tenants of the building in which the system resides.  
Infiltrating light into the skyscraper’s interior’s led to a metaphorical thinking of the central space of the building as a “Source” that nurtures the different needs of the building. The architectural characteristic of such space would enable the positioning of the architectural cloud system which holds a great deal of sustainable potential. Such potential would be generated by a solar system which would provide converted photoelectric energy to all the apartments.  
The perception of space as a “Source” takes form as a main atrium with small public spaces spreading on it’s route. Light further serves as source for: digital libraries, meeting places and Internet service providers.  
As an essential part of the technological system a self-sufficient unit would be developed as an architectural cloud system and as an energy transfer terminal. The unit would be located on the building’s facade so that it could be exposed to direct sun light.  
The design perception of the building is inspired by the aesthetics of recycled materials\element that would render the appearance of construction ‘’sublime’’.    Designers: Roy David & Nimrod Meir Levi

Air-Plane - Skyscraper


Synopsis

Lets imagine a world without borders, a world which vicinity isn’t dependent on geographical or cultural regions. A world in which the real and the virtual intertwine to become one.  Imagine a worldwide section plane that gathers people, spaces and emotional landscapes from all around the globe into a defined physical space .   

Re thinking of the skyscraper’s essence brings to mind a great deal of spatial, sociological, technological and urban issues. The main questions we decided to explore were:  

A. Does a city’s municipal orders apply to the skyscraper’s high levels in the manner it applies to it’s lower levels? 

B. Is it possible to provide individual values to certain living spaces in a tower and not lose the essential social interaction between tenants? 

C. What is the sustainability potential of the skyscraper in the 21St century?  

The way in which skyscrapers are built around the world today and especially in Israel derives from the modular building perception of - Form Follows Function. In our opinion this approach blocks possibilities of new architectural spaces, though it does provide an efficient functional solution to the ever-growing density of the population in the 21St century metropolitan.  

  Dizengoff Street is an important central axis in the city of Tel-Aviv which connects it’s central and northern areas. Dizengoff square is located in the first 1/3Rd of the street and known to be an important historical urban landmark (more so in the past as it’s original planning did not separate between the pedestrian and transportation).

The current neglected state of the square has raised an architectural dispute that debates the square’s revival possibilities. In an area where skyscrapers dominate the city’s silhouette it is logical to assume that the square will transform and become a vertical entity.  

Following the same logic the vicinity’s planning principle is also being challenged. The human representation and the way we interact with each other in the 21St century has changed dramatically, as interaction is developing virtual characteristics which require new architectural solutions.  

The urban tension induced in place, and the two key issues mentioned above provide the platform to rethink the nature of the 21St century skyscraper.



Project Concept

The project examines the possibility of developing a technological system that would allow skyscrapers of its kind to produce new states of neighborliness, IE similar to the cloud systems on the Internet (server->www->client). The architectural cloud system would allow one regardless of it’s physical location to rent / buy a space in a foreign building where he could share his life experiences with other local tenants of the building in which the system resides. 

Infiltrating light into the skyscraper’s interior’s led to a metaphorical thinking of the central space of the building as a “Source” that nurtures the different needs of the building. The architectural characteristic of such space would enable the positioning of the architectural cloud system which holds a great deal of sustainable potential. Such potential would be generated by a solar system which would provide converted photoelectric energy to all the apartments. 

The perception of space as a “Source” takes form as a main atrium with small public spaces spreading on it’s route. Light further serves as source for: digital libraries, meeting places and Internet service providers. 

As an essential part of the technological system a self-sufficient unit would be developed as an architectural cloud system and as an energy transfer terminal. The unit would be located on the building’s facade so that it could be exposed to direct sun light. 

The design perception of the building is inspired by the aesthetics of recycled materials\element that would render the appearance of construction ‘’sublime’’.   

Designers: Roy David & Nimrod Meir Levi

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Air Plan - presentation day! #architecture #surreal #competition #academic #skyscraper #tower    (Taken with Instagram)

Air Plan - presentation day! #architecture #surreal #competition #academic #skyscraper #tower (Taken with Instagram)

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Air plane project is DONE! @royroi @nimrodmeirlevi #architecture   (Taken with Instagram)

Air plane project is DONE! @royroi @nimrodmeirlevi #architecture (Taken with Instagram)

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