New York architecture firm ODA Designs has shared the design concept for the headquarters of the Hebrew Academy in Israel. As the anchor point for the cultural district, the new building is located between the Israel Museum, the Israeli Supreme Court, the National Library, the Knesset and the Hebrew University. The design aims to provide a fluidity of perspectives and a connection between the college and its surroundings. The proposal proposed by the design team is a place where "worlds, languages and history collide and merge, just as Israel has for centuries." The scheme echoes the curves of Stephan Weiz Street, as well as the creation of a public park for the Jerusalem Botanical Garden and the National Library.
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