Netanya City center in Israel is expected to become a brilliant, standing reminder of the relationship that architectural revolution can share with ecological concern. Designed by Yaniv Pardo Architects, the building will emphasize accessibility and transparency of the municipal and communal services.
It will link the existing city landmarks, including the city square, public institutes and the shopping center. The tower is covered in greenery, which acts as a carbon sponge as well as providing the building with a little extra aesthetics. In order to facilitate outdoor events, receptions, conferences, and youth events, a wide square will be built outside of the municipal building. This will be a mixed-use development complete with cultural, commerce, leisure and retail services.