Ariel University’s architecture students pave the way to better cities

“I want to do things that make better cities and places.Whether it’s in Israel or abroad, all of the world is in front of me.”

August 6, 2016 07:32
Ariel University

The Alliance House before the Ariel University students’ renovations.... (photo credit: YULIA SHLOMENZON)


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As proud parents, family, friends and faculty trickled into Alliance House near Mahaneh Yehuda on July 28, you could feel a sense of joy and relief lingering in the air. Joy, because after weaving in and out of the building’s rooms, it was clear that something incredible had been created. And relief, because this night marked the end to a lot of hard work.

After five years of grueling tests, projects and papers, after five years of perseverance and dedication, after five years of intense schooling, the graduating students of Ariel University’s architecture program showcased their work in an exhibition of their final projects at Alliance House, which they most appropriately named the A+ Expo.


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