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SFARO Architects (2009) was founded by Architects Nir Rothem and Bosmat Sfadia-Wolf.

Our design approach puts architectural planning and real-life problem-solving ahead of aesthetic pleasures and paradigms. We believe in the power of architecture and it's ability to aid find better spatial relations between users and programs, whether it be a small apartment or a new neighborhood. We often find out that the most difficult questions and strict constraints generate the best design solutions.

Bosmat sfadia-Wolf (1979)
Obtained her under-graduate degree at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and design in Jerusalem and her post-graduate degree in Housing and Urbanism at the Architectural Association (AA) in London.
Her professional experience at Yaski-Mor-sivan in Tel-Aviv consisted of various scale projects, ranging from multi-purpose office and residential complexes to large scale urban planning. Among the main projects we can list Hamedina Square in Tel-Aviv, Shenkar complex in Petach-Tikvah and a multi-use project in Vladivostok, Russia.

Nir Rothem (1977)
Obtained his under-graduate degree at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and design in Jerusalem and his post-graduate degree in Advanced Architectural Design at Columbia University, New York
His earlier work was shown at TnProbe Gallery in Tokyo, The Israeli Pavilion at the 2004 Venice Biennale and Aedes Gallery, Berlin. His international professional experience at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (S.O.M) included residential towers in Brooklyn and Singapore, as well as an office complex in Ahmadabad, India. His local professional experience at A.Lerman Architects and Chyutin Architects included several residential buildings in the Tel-Aviv metropolitan area. He is currently co-curating 'Shelter', an architectural exhibition scheduled for November 2010 at the Tel-Aviv-University Gallery, focusing on the impact of the Israeli shelter on local architecture.

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