Light and shade, as well as the dialogue between the internal and external areas are all forces on which the architects focused. Believing that works of art are perceived in their fuller richness in spaces that have character, they decided to give the “white box” a hint of shadow and texture. Even if temporary, the gallery was grounded and constructed in the spirit of permanence with a keen attention to detail.
New Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Architects: Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture