Inspiring Kinneret College by Schwartz Besnosoff Architects

Today we would like to present you an unique and inspiring college in Galilee, Israel. Designed by Schwartz Besnosoff Architects the Kinneret College is a place that presents multi-cultural and multi-faith backgrounds of the student population.

The architects wanted to create a place where students can enjoy learning and help them with this process. In order to do so they thought to incorporate the concept of landscape in the building. For example, the Robert and Yadelle Sklare Family library enables optimal transfer of information. It provides the opportunity to spend time in an atmosphere that encourages concentration and study. Moreover it enables interaction with other people.

The interior space is created and designed as an internal landscape. The center of the building has a movement within it that is organized in relation to the landscape. They also created the ground level with an uninterrupted panoramic view of the Sea of Galilee in order to create a diverse, inspiring and dynamic space.

The Kinneret College was established in 1965 and has independent academic status and award degrees in a number of fields. It is an interesting and unique place, a school that through its design makes its students more creative.

Published by in Architecture, on October 26th, 2011


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