Architecture

Asaf Mann

by Yuval Regev | 15.02.16

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In an interview with Yuval Regev for the Telavivian Podcast, architect and film director Asaf Mann discusses the inspirations, set backs and advantages of designing and building large scale projects in Israel versus Europe.

He elaborates on “reinventing what we already know” in regards to the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem, and how the Star Wars Trilogy played a major role in envisioning the Ramon International Airport.

Although juggling both careers is a struggle and “you can’t get away with anything you want in Tel Aviv,” it seems the creative trajectory and scope of Mann’s work is only expanding.

(Text by Shelly Yosha)

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