Gallery: Yaniv Pardo Unveils Twisting Geothermal-Powered Tower for Neta...

Don't feel bad if you can't point to the city of Netanya on a map of Israel, since many locals have the same trouble. But just because Netanya lacks Tel Aviv's saucy vibe and Bauhaus architecture doesn't mean it ought to be abandoned - which is why Yaniv Pardo has given the municipal center a redesign that will put this Mediterranean city right back on the map. The new twisted mixed-use tower will be lean on materials, flooded with natural light, and it will generate much of its energy from geothermal resources. At the same time, it is designed to provide an inviting, inspiring space for residents to rediscover their home city.

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  1. english cheese man September 14, 2014 at 11:49 am

    The design looks fun.

  2. yair_porat December 30, 2011 at 8:57 am

    Design is really great!. But Geothermal energy sources in Netanya??? you must be joking….we wish…..

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