Moses Building, Tel Aviv
||13,000 sq.m. above the ground.
10,000 sq.m underground
Historic Tel Aviv and the Bauhaus style that dominates Rothschild Blvd. have steered the design and planning of Beit Mozes that serves HSBC bank.
From an urban perspective the building merges well with its surroundings as far as style and volume are concerned. The stone mass close to pavement is 5 stories high, on top of which four additional, regressed stories made of glass, are situated.
The building core is the atrium that goes all the way up and allows inner lightning and space orientation. This exceptional planning not just preserves the street's unique appearance but also adds to it some novelty.